A watchdog has heavily criticised NHS Highland’s handling of the care of a psychiatric patient – a victim of the Cyril Smith-linked paedophile ring – who waited five years for treatment.
Scottish Public Services Ombudsman
NHS Grampian has been given six months to review its “unreasonable” treatment of adults with ADHD.
Health chiefs have apologised for failings in the care and treatment of a mum who died of cancer after her illness went undiagnosed twice.
Hospital staff failed to properly care for a patient who died from a reaction to medication he was given, a watchdog has ruled.
Grampian health bosses have been ordered to apologise to the family of a diabetic woman who endured “extremely poor” nursing care in hospital before she died.
NHS Grampian has been ordered to apologise to a woman over the treatment of her late husband.
NHS Grampian has offered an "unreserved apology" to a grieving mum after it was found to have discarded her baby's remains.
A Scottish Government watchdog has ruled that a council "failed unreasonably" to provide suitable respite care for a city resident.
NHS Grampian has been ordered to apologise to a woman about the care given to her mother.
NHS Grampian has been forced to apologise after staff failed to provide adequate care to a dying man.
NHS Grampian has been forced to apologise over “failings” in its cardiology care of a man who later died.
A Forres mum has called for child-specific guidelines to be drawn up after her daughter needed to be restrained in school.
The daughter of a cancer patient who died after developing sepsis while being treated at an Aberdeen hospital has said lessons must be learned.
Calls for improved training after health visitor failed to spot baby had abnormal fluid on the brain
A health visitor's failure to spot a baby had abnormal fluid on the brain has prompted a call for better training and supervision.
Most watchdog investigations into NHS Grampian over the last five years have identified failings, according to a report.
Doctors failed to diagnose a woman's brain tumour for a year despite several admissions to hospital.
Highland health chiefs have been ordered to apologise and carry out a major review of nursing care after a dementia sufferer was left in agony with an untreated broken pelvis for days.
Aberdeenshire Council has been forced to apologise to a bed and breakfast owner over its handling of a controversial Mearns travellers site next to her business.
A patient at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary died after a trainee doctor failed to spot a tear in his aorta with the error going unchecked by a consultant.
Highland Council has been ordered to apologise to a pupil accused of cheating in an exam because of the way it dealt with his case.
An isles' health board has been criticised after refusing to provide travel on an emergency flight for a couple's child.