A Moray MSP has called on more local students to think about a career in medicine following research that shows that medical graduates are more likely to return to their home areas to live and work.
The new organ donation system in England is “unlikely” to increase the number of donations, researchers have claimed.
Blood donors in the north claim they have been told their donations are no longer needed after a service was pulled from the region.
A paediatrician convicted of gross negligence manslaughter over the death of six-year-old Jack Adcock said she was “very pleased” after winning her bid to be reinstated to the medical register.
Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba, who was convicted of gross negligence manslaughter after the death of six-year-old Jack Adcock, has won her appeal over the decision to strike her off.
Downgrading emergency departments does not lead to a spike in deaths – despite patients having to travel further for emergency care, a new study suggests.
Doctor who helped established Moray maternity unit fears ‘domino effect’ of other service downgrades
A senior doctor who helped establish the specialist maternity service in Moray fears other services at the flagship hospital could be affected if the current downgrade is allowed to last a year.
The Court of Appeal is to give its ruling on a challenge over the decision to strike off Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba, who was convicted of gross negligence manslaughter after the death of six-year-old Jack Adcock.
An innovative idea to treat people earlier for illnesses like flu and chest infections has led to patients in one area avoiding 17,000 nights in hospital and the NHS saving £7 million to be reinvested back into patient care.
Employers “have not even bothered to look” at British workers for vacancies currently filled by EU workers, Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith has said.
The family of a former NHS Highland chairwoman, Caroline Thomson, spoke of “a bitter injustice” after a jury’s unanimous not guilty verdict on the man accused of causing the collision which killed her.
Targets to limit immigration should be scrapped after Brexit, the CBI has recommended.
GPs are “constantly firefighting” as they try to keep up with demand, a top doctor has said.
The pound slumped to an 11-month low on Monday as the prospect of a “no deal” Brexit preoccupied currency traders following comments by Trade Secretary Liam Fox.
Virgin has been awarded almost £2 billion worth of NHS contracts over the past five years, according to new analysis.
Shares in Spire Healthcare tumbled on Monday after the private hospitals operator warned over its full-year performance in the face of falling NHS spending.
Former NHS Tayside chief executive Lesley McLay leaves the health board – three months after being stripped of leadership
The former boss at NHS Tayside has left the health board three months after being stripped of the leadership.
Highland scientists developing a device to help save the lives of trauma accident victims have been handed a £1.6 million boost.
Richard Bacon has revealed he came “incredibly close” to death as he battled a mystery illness over the summer.
A dedicated helpline has been set up for parents-to-be in Moray anxious about the crisis childbirth arrangements being put in place.
NHS Grampian is preparing to seize a “Brexit opportunity” to boost recruitment efforts across the region.
The Scottish Government’s new health minister will visit a north-east hospital tomorrow to meet campaigners fighting to retain services in the region.
Scotland has the highest rate of organ donation in the UK with half of the population now registered.
Gaps in doctors’ rotas could be putting patient safety at risk, leading medics have said.
A Moray hospital’s children’s ward will now be closed at weekends as the health service’s recruitment woes continue to affect services.
Brexit campaign group Vote Leave relied heavily on controversial messages featuring the NHS, immigration and Boris Johnson, according to a cache of Facebook adverts paid for by the campaign and released on Thursday.
A jab that protects against cervical cancer will also be given to boys, the Government has announced.
More than 100 people have packed a public meeting in Moray in a show of opposition of the downgrade of the region’s only maternity unit.
Economists have said Philip Hammond may have room to manoeuvre in his Autumn Budget after figures showed public sector borrowing fell in June.
Richard Bacon has told how his death scare came during what had been “the most healthy year of my life”.
The mother of TV presenter Richard Bacon has thanked NHS staff for saving her son’s life after he was placed in a medically-induced coma.
Last year, six-year-old William appeared on a UK TV programme about the NHS, and now his story has drawn well-wishers from across the Atlantic.