Preparation for medicine shortages and stockpiling of medical devices after Brexit is under way, the Health Secretary has said.
Medicines for breast cancer, skin cancer and schizophrenia have been approved for use by NHS patients in Scotland.
Health secretary Jeanne Freeman is to be asked for practical help to address the unprecedented challenges facing services for Fife’s most vulnerable people.
It is for NHS Highland to decide on matters of compensation after a review into allegations of bullying at the health board suggested hundreds of its staff have experienced inappropriate behaviour, the Health Secretary has said.
Health secretary slams ‘wrong’ NHS Tayside over scrapping of chemotherapy scandal helpline after just one week
Health secretary Jeane Freeman has blasted the decision to drop a dedicated helpline for people affected by a breast cancer treatment scandal at NHS Tayside just one week after it was launched.
NHS Tayside has described the cancellation of nearly 100 operations in December and January as a “last resort”.
A cancer charity has demanded emergency investment in the NHS after only one health board met the legal target to start treating diagnosed patients in time.
Frustration has been expressed after plans for a new health centre in Lochgelly were beset by further delays.
Staff and patients face another decade of charges as NHS Tayside has ‘no plans’ to buy out Ninewells car parking contract
Patients and staff at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee will have to pay for parking for another decade.
Scottish Government health secretary Jeane Freeman has said nurses could help plug gaps in NHS Tayside's mental health services.