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NHS Grampian needs £0.5bn more to manage ‘failed infrastructure’ — as Scottish Government only funding ‘fraction’

NHS Grampian needs £0.5bn more to manage ‘failed infrastructure’ — as Scottish Government only funding ‘fraction’

NHS Grampian needs £0.5bn more to manage ‘failed infrastructure’ — as Scottish Government only funding ‘fraction’

NHS Grampian’s “failed infrastructure” has been upgraded to the highest category — with funding half a billion pounds less than improvements bill.


Scottish Government yet to approve NHS Grampian’s £36 million cuts budget

Scottish Government yet to approve NHS Grampian’s £36 million cuts budget

Scottish Government yet to approve NHS Grampian’s £36 million cuts budget

DESPITE agreeing £36 million of cuts last month, NHS Grampian’s budget still has not been signed off by the Scottish Government.


Handover delayed for Fyvie Oldmeldrum Medical Group

Handover delayed for Fyvie Oldmeldrum Medical Group

Handover delayed for Fyvie Oldmeldrum Medical Group

Fyvie Oldmeldrum Medical Group will now be handed over to new owners Newburn Medical at the start of June.


Maggie’s Aberdeen turns orange for annual fundrasing ball

Maggie’s Aberdeen turns orange for annual fundrasing ball

Maggie’s Aberdeen turns orange for annual fundrasing ball

Cancer care charity Maggie’s Aberdeen is celebrating 11 years of support in the north-east with the return of its glamorous fundraising ball.


North-east emergency responders will feature in new BBC TV series

North-east emergency responders will feature in new BBC TV series

North-east emergency responders will feature in new BBC TV series

Frontline north-east staff members from the Scottish Ambulance Service will appear on a new series of Paramedics on Scene.


North-east charity awarded contract to support carers in Aberdeenshire

North-east charity awarded contract to support carers in Aberdeenshire

North-east charity awarded contract to support carers in Aberdeenshire

Social care charity VSA has announced it will be supporting young and adult unpaid carers living across Aberdeenshire.


New campaign encourages north-east patients to ask questions about their health and care

New campaign encourages north-east patients to ask questions about their health and care

New campaign encourages north-east patients to ask questions about their health and care

In a bid to encourage open communication between patients and healthcare professionals, NHS Scotland is promoting the It's OK to Ask campaign.


Concern over cancer waiting times in Grampian

Concern over cancer waiting times in Grampian

Concern over cancer waiting times in Grampian

There are worries after statistics show cancer waiting times in the NHS Grampian area are among the highest in Scotland.


Politics: Halting littering is a challenge that needs faced head-on

Politics: Halting littering is a challenge that needs faced head-on

Politics: Halting littering is a challenge that needs faced head-on

MP David Duguid focuses on the problem of littering in his latest column.


Concerns raised over future of Aberdeenshire doctor surgeries

Concerns raised over future of Aberdeenshire doctor surgeries

Concerns raised over future of Aberdeenshire doctor surgeries

MP David Duguid is to meet with a new GP services contractor amid fears for the future of Aberdeenshire doctor surgeries.


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