Health chiefs will look at the case of a north-east pensioner who says his quality of life has been ruined by the five ill-fitting prosthetic legs he has been given by NHS Grampian.
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.
A top garden designer has drawn inspiration from one of his earlier creations while creating plans for a rehabilitation garden in Aberdeen.
A leading landscape designer is helping a charity transform a garden for patients at a city hospital.
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.
A husband and wife volunteering duo are hoping to encourage others to lend a hand at Aberdeen hospitals.
Staff shortages at NHS Grampian have seen some hospitals’ ability to perform operations slashed by almost one-third in just two years.
ID badges, keys and security alarms were just some of the items reported missing from north and north-east hospitals last year.
Fewer than one in 10 NHS staff on one hospital ward have completed essential hand-washing training, inspectors have found - with senior nurses warning they are too stretched to fit it in.
New plans have been unveiled for a children's hospice facility which could provide vital palliative and end-of-life care for more than 1,500 children and young people across the north-east.
Two teenagers have been charged with causing £11,000 of damage to a city hospital - the latest in what has been described as "horrible" vandalism in Aberdeen.
Two teenagers have been charged with causing £11,000 worth of damage to an Aberdeen hospital in a vandalism attack.
An NHS Grampian stroke unit which uses occupational therapy to help rehabilitate patients has been praised in a major new report.
A nurse who worked has been struck off after failing to give patients their required drugs.
Emergency services were called to a car which had been set on fire in the early hours of the morning.
A new appeal has been launched marking the start of Children's Hospice Week to raise funds for a much-needed respite centre in Aberdeen.
Firefighters have been called to a fire in an Aberdeen hospital.
Inspectors have praised NHS Grampian for enhancing the care and support it offers to older patients.
A north-east nurse who stopped a terminally ill patient from going to bed has been struck from the register.
An Aberdeen nurse could face being struck off amid claims she prevented a patient from going to their hospital bed.
Nearly £40,000 has been donated to help hospital patients in the north east enjoy the healing powers of art.
Shona Robison visited two new theatres at Aberdeen’s Woodend Hospital while on a visit to the city yesterday.
North east man Derek Ledingham said he is making a "spectacular comeback" after a common winter cold nearly cost him his life.
A leaked report has revealed a shocking catalogue of failings in the treatment of elderly patients being transferred from north-east hospitals to care homes.
It started as a common cold, but a routine virus left one north-east man paralysed from the neck down and fighting for his life.