A grieving Elgin mum has accused NHS Grampian of failing her sister who died after a fall.
A child abuse victim is considering legal action against NHS Highland over a "series of failures" in his psychiatric care.
A mother who twice went to a Highland hospital with vomiting was given an incorrect diagnosis and "unreasonably" discharged before being found to have cancer from which she ultimately died.
Hospital staff failed to properly care for a patient who died from a reaction to medication he was given, a watchdog has ruled.
NHS Grampian has admitted “letting down” a man who died only two days after being discharged from Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Health chiefs were ordered to apologise to a diabetes patient who says he was left almost blind as a result of delays in treatment.
Aberdeen public bodies have been rapped by a watchdog over care failures and for failing to investigate a complaint properly.
NHS Grampian told to apologise after refusing treatment for knee surgery patient who lost enough weight for operation
Scotland’s public services watchdog has ordered NHS Grampian to apologise after they refused to operate on a patient who had managed to lose the required weight for the procedure.
NHS Grampian told to apologise over ‘unreasonable’ three year delay in diagnosing mother’s bowel cancer
The failure by NHS Grampian to diagnose a mother’s bowel cancer over a three-year period “likely had a significant impact on her ability to survive her illness”, a public services watchdog has found.
NHS Western Isles unreasonably withdrew physiotherapy from a patient who suffers from quadriplegic cerebral palsy, watchdog investigators have found.
NHS Grampian has apologised to a patient whose health suffered as a result of the medication she was given as medics investigated a possible heart disorder.
Aberdeenshire Council has been criticised for ignoring a letter from a pupil outlining safety concerns - and a request to move classes.
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.
An island health board has been told to apologise to a patient after she had a rectal examination without her consent.
Aberdeenshire council refunds pensioners wrongly charged for ‘free’ care following SPSO investigation
A council has apologised after a public services watchdog found a north-east pensioner was wrongly charged for free health care.
NHS Highland has apologises to a patient whose quality of life “significantly deteriorated” after an “avoidable” surgical error.
NHS Grampian has been forced to apologise to a family of a man who was left paralysed after care he received was found to be “unacceptable”.
Moray Council has been forced to apologise after a school pupil was so badly sunburned they had to be bandaged from “thigh to toe” - and then get on a bus for 36 hours.
NHS Grampian has been forced to apologise after a woman complained of a “lack of empathy” from hospital staff after suffering a miscarriage.
A Forres mum has called for child-specific guidelines to be drawn up after her daughter needed to be restrained in school.
Bosses at a Moray primary school have been ordered to apologise to a pupil’s mother following her claims that teachers used “unreasonable” physical restraint on the child.
NHS Grampian have apologised after a baby died following serious failings in their care.
NHS Grampian has apologised to the family of a dementia sufferer after "serious failings" in her nursing care were identified.
A woman who spent £7,500 on treatment at a private hospital after wrongly being told she urgently required surgery has been paid back the money by NHS Grampian.
A medical practice in the north-east has been investigated following a complaint about the treatment of a woman with terminal cancer.
A hospital has been criticised after it ran out of basic drugs for patients.