Scores of women across the north and north-east will be called in for blood tests amid fears a “miracle” drug may have left three patients requiring liver transplants.
Hundreds of hospital staff in Aberdeen are waiting for a permit to park their cars at work.
A drug linked to the deaths of celebrities such as Heath Ledger and Whitney Houston has been connected to a “soaring” number of fatalities in the north-east.
Medication delays for patients at a flagship city hospital are expected to last until next week.
Chronic pain patients in Moray have hit out at “broken promises” from the Scottish Government over plans to ease their suffering.
Patients are enduring longer stays in a city hospital after flooding caused major damage to its drug-dispensing robots.
Hospital patients are facing “unknown” waits for medication following major damage to backroom dispensing robots.
Shock figures show that health boards in the north and north-east have spent more than £215million on agency staff in the last decade.
Health chiefs have warned there could be further problems with the children’s ward at Moray’s biggest hospital after a staff member resigned.
Patients’ private health records “not compromised” after boxes of them left lying in ARI corridor for a week
Health chiefs have insisted patients’ private health records were “not compromised” after boxes of them were left lying in a hospital corridor for a week.
Health chiefs have revealed that a “watershed moment” has been reached in patient care with the roll-out of a new surgery scheme across NHS Grampian.
An MSP wants an urgent meeting with north-east health chiefs after it was ruled that the death of an Aberdeenshire baby could have been prevented.
Fyvie parents fear they are being discriminated against as they fight for operation for 13-week-old Willow Scanlan
The desperate parents of a baby with an incurable condition claim she is being discriminated against as they battle for surgery which could help prolong her life.
The NHS has paid out almost £200,000 in compensation to north-east staff members injured at work over the last four years.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has confirmed that a major trauma centre in Aberdeen should be up and running this autumn.
Campaigners accuse health bosses of ‘underfunding’ pain treatment as 40-week appointment wait is revealed
Health bosses have been accused of failing patients who face losing their livelihoods to chronic pain.
A Moray community was celebrating last night after winning its long campaign for life-saving ambulance cover to be available 24-hours-a-day.
Drew McDonald has potentially saved thousands of lives since starting work at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary more than a decade ago.
Scores of former nurses have been persuaded to don scrubs again to help ease the north-east’s staffing crisis.
Almost 50 nurses will travel thousands of miles across the world to help fill vacancies in hospitals in the north-east in the coming months.
More than half of arthritis sufferers in the north-east are having to wait longer than the Scottish Government’s target after being referred for treatment.
A recruitment boost at Moray’s biggest hospital has allowed health chiefs to rule out a temporary downgrade of services.
A nurse’s quest to ease the suffering of Motor Neurone Disease (MND) patients has been boosted by the legacy fund of a prominent campaigner.
Health Secretary Shona Robison faced demands to help cut NHS Grampian waiting times yesterday after a north-east patient had to wait 16 months for heart surgery.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has raised hopes that plans to boost life-saving ambulance cover in Moray are finally poised to progress.
A Moray primary school has been forced to close by an outbreak of a vomiting bug.
New figures show that 470 people spent more than 12 hours waiting to be seen in Scotland’s Accident and Emergency departments in just one week.
A six-month pilot will be launched by NHS Grampian next week highlighting the dangers of drinking alcohol during pregnancy.
Health bosses have urged vulnerable people to protect themselves from a deadly flu outbreak sweeping the country as figures revealed that almost 120,000 “at-risk” individuals have not been vaccinated across the north and north-east.
Health bosses have issued a fresh appeal to parents to be aware of the potential fatal consequences of their child choking on small bits of fruit.
Health bosses have insisted the closure of the children’s ward at a Moray hospital last month was a one-off.
Health chiefs have turned to an unlikely source to help combat the rise of flu as hospital figures soar across the north and north-east.