North and north-east hospitals are struggling to recruit radiologists despite the Scottish Government launching a global drive to attract more specialists.
Nicola Sturgeon wielded the axe yesterday as she delivered the most radical reshuffle and restructure of the Cabinet in the 11 years since the SNP took power.
Moray couple remain concerned circumstances that may have contributed to son’s death may happen again
A grieving Moray mother still fears not enough has been done to prevent a repeat of the circumstances in which her son died.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has admitted that the NHS is not doing enough to support patients when they leave hospital.
Aberdeen University will train 30 extra doctors after receiving new Scottish Government funding.
Health Secretary Shona Robison has backed calls to base an “extremely valuable” new air ambulance in the north-east.
The Scottish Government has been urged to take urgent action to address bed-blocking after it emerged the problem cost health boards in the north and north-east £23 million last year.
New figures have revealed that north-east patients are being forced to wait nearly a year for knee surgery.
NHS Grampian has insisted that charitable donations are not misused amid calls for a nationwide investigation into the Tayside financial scandal.
The Scottish Government has used its “powers of intervention” to call for new leadership at NHS Tayside amid a row over its use of charity funds.
Delayed discharge has cost northern health boards more than £1.3million in the last 18 months, fresh analysis has shown.
A new report has highlighted that no child bereavement counsellors, to support parents who have lost a child, are employed at any health boards in the north of Scotland.
Campaigners pressing for a new health centre in a Moray town are upbeat following the Health Secretary’s visit to the complex.
Non-emergency hospital transfers across the north-east will be investigated “urgently” by the nation’s Health Secretary in an attempt to free up ambulances.
Union representatives demonstrated outside the meeting demanding better pay for health workers.
Cardiac patients could be sent as far away as Newcastle for life-changing surgery to help ease the pressure on a struggling health board.
More than 50 surgical staff have signed a letter outlining how Raigmore’s radiology department is in crisis.
An Orkney MSP has claimed urgent steps must be taken to deal with delays for orthopaedic treatment for patients from the isles.
‘Saving money by forcing people on a 14-hour ferry instead of a quick flight to Aberdeen not acceptable’
An MSP has insisted that funding must increase for NHS Shetland rather than making cuts to patients' travel.
Scottish Health Secretary Shona Robison has unveiled nearly £72million of funding for general practice.
Politicians and union leaders are urging SNP ministers to intervene amid claims from mercy crews that the ambulance service in the north-east is in crisis.
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of breaking her promise to the people of the north-east after she confirmed Scotland's major trauma network will not be delivered for "at least" three years.
The number of family doctors in the north and north-east of Scotland has fallen - despite a growing number of patients.
Not a single doctor has signed-up to a government scheme to attract GPs to Grampian - despite the offer of a £20,000 bonus.
Hundreds of operations have been cancelled across the north of Scotland over the last three months - because there is not enough space for them to be carried out.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats have attacked the SNP's "relentless" centralisation of services, amid fears northern isles NHS boards could be abolished.
The mother of a Moray teenager killed in a tragic road accident has pleaded for emergency services to work closer together to save lives.
A cancer patient living in the north of Scotland has had to wait 198 days to receive treatment.
NHS staffing across north and north-east Scotland is on the increase - but opposition politicians claim it is not enough to tackle the staffing crisis in the service.
GP services are facing a "retirement time bomb" after shock new statistics revealed more than half of family doctors are over 45.
NHS performance targets are to be reviewed after doctors spoke out against being at the mercy of skewed political priorities.
The House of Commons standards watchdog has confirmed it will not investigate the expenses of the two SNP MPs allegedly involved in a love triangle.