MSPs were told yesterday that funding for NHS Grampian has been £239million short of its official target over the last decade.
Health boards in the north and north-east have been shortchanged out of tens of millions of pounds, opposition politicians have claimed.
A north-east woman claims she has “hit a brick wall” in her fight against a chronic genetic condition that claimed the lives of her mother and grandmother.
A new “care portal” which shares patient information between health professionals across the north has gone live.
Lorry drivers are being offered specialised mental health training to help them deal with the pressures of working long hours while on their own.
At least 43 patients in the north and north-east died last year as they waited to be discharged from hospital, it has emerged.
Children's cardiac care across Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray has been left “in the Dark Ages” and urgently requires more support before mums and dads are plunged into poverty, according to the founder of a life-changing heart charity.
Scores of Australian nurses could travel across the globe to work in north-east hospitals after local health chiefs won their battle to relax restrictions on foreign staff.
The historic links between a Moray clothing company and a hospital in its home town have been celebrated to help fund a refurbishment of the health facility.
North-east academics are researching ways to improve the mental health of farmers amid rising concerns about the number of workers in the agricultural sector taking their own lives.
Scotland's health secretary has been told she must make time to visit Moray and guide efforts to repair the region's health service.
Pioneering new research could help beat ‘ticking time bomb’ disease which has caused concern in north-east
Scientists believe fresh medical advances could revolutionise the treatment of a deadly lung condition, with the "ticking time bomb" disease being treated before it takes hold.
Health bosses are proposing sending doctors to volunteer abroad to offset the effects of the region’s long-standing staffing crisis.
NHS Grampian has been forced to draft in private companies to help ease increasingly long waiting times.
An innovative project at a Moray hospital has helped to improve the effectiveness of the accident and emergency department by cutting down on unnecessary admissions and saving more than £1.7million.
NHS Grampian is opening up its dermatology department at weekends to help reduce waiting times.
The number of patients waiting for emergency care in the north-east is at a four year high - and has soared by almost 40% since 2015.
Cervical cancer claims many lives among young women across the north of Scotland every year.
Funding for NHS Grampian will be £7.7 million short of its official target in the forthcoming financial year, official figures have revealed.
NHS Grampian yesterday announced plans to restore a full service in the maternity unit at Dr Gray's Hospital.
NHS Grampian told to apologise after refusing treatment for knee surgery patient who lost enough weight for operation
Scotland’s public services watchdog has ordered NHS Grampian to apologise after they refused to operate on a patient who had managed to lose the required weight for the procedure.
A pioneering new role has been launched at a Moray hospital to help ease the pressure from staff shortages.
A new campaign demystifying women’s smear tests has been launched to combat the plummeting number of people going for one.
Campaigners fighting for improvements to maternity services in Moray have called for a massive show of support from locals later this month.
An Aberdeen anaesthetist has presented an award at a prestigious ceremony.
NHS Grampian has been praised by national education chiefs for the standard of training it provides in its anaesthetics department.
Senior doctors have called on the UK Government to recruit more doctors from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) to combat NHS staff shortages as Brexit approaches.
The NHS has not had to discipline a single Scottish hospital worker for failing to wash their hands in the last two years.
Fewer pregnant Moray women will be forced to travel to Aberdeen after the restoration of on-call consultant obstetricians at an Elgin hospital.
A north-east medical secretary who embezzled from her employers for more than two years was finally caught-out when a colleague tried to get money for milk.
Moray MP Douglas Ross is looking for a meeting with health chiefs in the coming weeks to discuss ongoing problems at Dr Gray's hospital in Elgin.
More than 3,000 NHS Grampian patients have been waiting six months for hospital treatment, according to new figures.