Members of the north health board awaiting the results of a high-profile bullying probe have received official letters warning them they may wish to seek legal advice.
Crisis-hit NHS Highland is planning to introduce a mobile kidney dialysis unit across the region to save patients from having to travel hundreds of miles a week to Inverness for treatment.
NHS Highland is being urged to commission an independent inquiry into maternity services provided for women in the far north.
Health Secretary confirms state inquiry into alleged NHS Highland bullying culture due in coming weeks
The results of an independent inquiry into claims of a bullying culture within NHS Highland is due to be delivered in the coming weeks, the Cabinet Secretary for Health has confirmed.
NHS Highland chief executive visits Skye, Lochalsh and Raasay as progress of Ritchie report monitiored
The newly-appointed chief executive of NHS Highland yesterday visited communities in Skye and Lochalsh to hear first hand their concerns over health provision in the area.
NHS Highland has recruited a team of finance experts from one of the UK’s biggest consultancy firms to help tackle the beleaguered health authority’s “significant financial challenge”.
NHS Highland has vowed to learn lessons which emerge from an internal probe into Caithness twins who were born 50 miles apart.
Nursing cover on a remote Highland island is to be reinstated after a long-fought four-year campaign – sparking hope for improved healthcare across other rural Highland communities.
NHS Grampian and NHS Highland are failing to meet drug and alcohol treatment targets.
The new boss of beleaguered NHS Highland yesterday revealed plans to overhaul his senior management team and controversially create a new depute chief executive post – as it faces another massive multi-million pound shortfall and a bullying scandal.
New staff will be recruited by NHS Highland after securing an extra £2million funding to cut waiting times.
The new Highland health chief has pledged a three-pronged approach to tackle the crisis-hit authority – with the bullying scandal at the top of his agenda.
A revolutionary model of care for patients in one of the remotest parts of the Highlands is performing better than rest of UK, says its NHS Highland coordinator.
Staff at Raigmore Hospital are attempting to clock up almost 900 miles in memory of a brave youngster.
A biomass boiler which formed part of a £3million “green” heating system at the north’s flagship hospital – hailed for potentially saving NHS Highland £1m a year – has lain dormant for four years after a horror explosion, sparking fury among politicians.
A pioneering cookery course aimed at aiding those who have suffered bereavement has been launched.
More than 120 school pupils from across Highland had the opportunity to explore careers in health at an event held in Inverness.
Children in the north-east are enduring the longest waits in Scotland for mental health treatment with NHS Grampian patients waiting an average of 25 weeks.
The chairman of troubled NHS Highland resigned yesterday - and was swiftly followed out the door by the board's medical director.
The chairman of NHS Highland has resigned with immediate effect, the Scottish Government has said.
NHS Highland has taken the next step towards creating a £15 million community hospital in Aviemore after purchasing the land from the previous owner.
A new “care portal” which shares patient information between health professionals across the north has gone live.
Cash-strapped NHS Highland splashed out almost £2million in compensation to patients last year – and £5m in the last five years – for a catalogue of errors.
Politicians have criticised beleaguered north health bosses’ "disappointing" decision to postpone NHS Highland's annual review.
At least 43 patients in the north and north-east died last year as they waited to be discharged from hospital, it has emerged.
NHS staff in the north are being encouraged to use public transport to help them stay active and save money.
Ambitious NHS Highland plans to use drones to deliver medical supplies to hospitals, GP surgeries and care homes across the region has been welcomed.
A public question and answer session will be held during the annual review of under-fire NHS Highland in Inverness next month.
Members of the NHS Highland board have endorsed recommendations to press forward with the preferred next steps on the proposed major redesign of health and social care services across Caithness.
As part of an innovative solution to ease patients' experience when undertaking MRI scans, NHS Highland is currently working in partnership with NHS Education for Scotland (NES) to utilise virtual reality (VR) to familiarise patients with the noise of MRI scanners.
The use of a potentially deadly synthetic drug sold as an alternative to LSD – known as N-Bomb – is on the increase in the Highlands, health bosses have warned.
Caithness General removed from monitoring list after receiving praise for training of junior doctors
Caithness General Hospital has received praise for its training of junior doctors following a visit from the Scotland Deanery.