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NHS Highland plans to run an intensive accelerator programme for local health and care sector start-ups next month that aims to boost the fledgling businesses’ chances of success.
Many conversations have been had over the years about how to make some of the internal courtyard spaces around Raigmore Hospital a bit more visually appealing.
The Highland Community Planning Partnership has published its Highland Outcome Improvement Plan for public consultation.
A morning on all things cardiology will take place in Inverness next month and cardiology patients and carers are being invited to attend.
The timings for the open session of NHS Highland’s annual review have changed and will now be held at 1pm on Thursday 31 August. Members of the public can attend the open session.
The cleanliness of NHS Highland’s hospitals has praised in a national report.
The integrated health and social care partnership between NHS Highland and The Highland Council performed significantly better or matched national averages in Scotland in eight out of 12 benchmark performance areas, according to a report.

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A bursary of £4,000 per year will be made available to students on Scotland’s new graduate entry medical course.

Work to replace eroded stonework on one of Inverness’s architectural ‘hidden gems’ is to begin soon at the Royal Northern Infirmary’s chapel.
Five Israeli nursing students began a three-week exchange visit to the University of Stirling’s Highland Campus in Inverness run in partnership with NHS Highland this week.
NHS Highland’s Technology Enabled Care team have designed an interactive text messaging service to support people who wish to help tackle loneliness in their community.
Patients could help NHS Highland save more than £1 million a year by just asking their doctor, pharmacist or nurse if they are taking the best value medicines.
The Special Care Baby Unit at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness was delighted to receive a donation of £500 today (Tuesday, 18th July).
The Cabinet Secretary for Health and Sport announced the reappointment of Ann Pascoe as a Member of Highland NHS Board (Wednesday 12th July). This reappointment will be for four years and will run from 1st February 2018 to 31st January 2022.
NHS Highland has designed an online survey to gather views of local lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people about health and social care services.
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