A Highland councillor has hit out at NHS Highland following the closure of a vital care centre in Lochalsh, claiming “it is taking us back to the dark ages”.
Pension rules which mean top doctors are hit with huge tax bills for taking on extra work are causing patients in the north to miss out on treatment.
An urgent review into emergency air transport for pregnant woman in the remote Highlands and islands is being called for - and has received the backing of a mum of premature twins born 50 miles apart in a road ambulance dash.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman last night said NHS Highland would consider “restitution” for those bullied out of their jobs on a "case-by-case"basis.
NHS Highland bosses were unable to say how their workers who have had their careers ruined by bullying are to be compensated when quizzed by MSPs yesterday.
The Scottish Government's Health Secretary has been urged to hold a Holyrood debate on bullying in NHS Highland.
Hospital patients in the Western Isles were treated to a musical performance by a young orchestra as part of their Scottish tour.
Thousands of patients in the north and north east are waiting longer than the six week target for eight key diagnostic tests which can pick up cancer and other diseases, it has emerged.
NHS Highland board members voiced concerns a full year before the whistle was blown on bullying in the health board, a letter has revealed.
NHS Highland is currently seeking two new lay members to join its Highland health and social care committee to ensure the voices of service users are heard.
NHS Highland is seeking to recruit two lay members to the Highland Health and Social Care Committee.
Highlands and Islands MSP, Edward Mountain, has been re-selected as the Scottish Conservative candidate for the Inverness and Nairn constituency in the 2021 Scottish Parliament elections.
A dentist has apologised to the 1,400 patients left without NHS care after he closed his clinic in Inverness suddenly.
The families of patients at a north nursing home have raised concerns over a proposed change to in-house home-cooked meals for residents.
NHS Highland has been reviewing clinical records of patients who were treated by bogus psychiatrist Zholia Alemi when she worked at an Inverness hospital 16 years ago.
NHS Highland has announced the appointment of Dr Boyd Peters as its new medical director.
Residents of a north care home are spending the summer in style, thanks to a generous donation of garden furniture by pupils from the local high school.
Highlands and islands health chiefs have been urged to explain why they have Scotland’s highest rates of patients released from critical care due to staff or bed shortages.
Police have issued a warning after a car was spotted parked in an emergency zone reserved for ambulances at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.
A turf-cutting ceremony has been held on Skye to mark the start of work on the long-awaited new £20million community hospital.
Hundreds of NHS Highland patients are being left in debiltating pain for more than a year as they await knee replacement surgery.
Advice has been given to festival-goers in advance of this year’s Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival.
Opening hours for a minor injuries unit in the north have been altered for the remainder of the week to help cope with growing staff pressures.
Nurses working in the NHS in Highland and the Western Isles have until the end of this month to apply for a shortened midwifery programme, which will start in January 2020.
A charity is hoping to improve the experience for sick children in hospital through the creation of a new outdoor space.
NHS Highland staff have given the organisation a seal of approval in a national NHS survey.
Work on creating two overspill car parks at Raigmore Hospital has started.
The cost of NHS prescription treatments in Scotland came to £1.343 billion in the most recent financial year, new figures have shown.
NHS Highland has launched a search for a nurse to join a busy island practice, potentially bringing four years of "stress and anxiety" over the vacant post to an end.
More flexible visiting hours are to be introduced at hospitals across the north.
Patients at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness face six more months of “rip-off” TV charges after “confusion” over when the contract ends.
Health boards in the north and north-east are missing waiting time targets for treating eye conditions.