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NHS Highland publishes frequent press releases to let you know about new services and the latest health information and advice from our experts. See the latest NHS Highland news stories relating to Raigmore Hospital below.

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Plans about how NHS Highland will meet ‘unprecedented’ saving targets of around £100 million over the next three years will be outlined to the board next week.
A nurse from NHS Highland has been named IBD nurse of the year at this year’s final of the British Journal of Nursing (BJN) Awards.
Fourth year medical students have been telling MSP David Stewart about their experience of a pilot project between NHS Highland, NHS Dumfries and Galloway and the University of Dundee which aims to address recruitment issues in General Practice and rural areas.
Members of the public are being asked to look around their house, garage and loft for any crutches, zimmer walking frames or walking sticks that they have been given by the NHS that are now no longer needed.
NHS Highland and the University of Stirling Highland Campus have this week welcomed four nursing students from Austria giving them an opportunity to compare and contrast the health care system in Scotland with that of Austria.
The first meeting of the local Caithness forum, set up to influence the new arrangements at the community maternity unit at Caithness General Hospital and help support its development, was held this week.
NHS Highland is running a series of articles which puts the spotlight on people who work in healthcare across our area. Answering the questions this week is Maryann Ness, a mental health practitioner with the newly established supporting self management service.
NHS Highland is seeking to recruit members of the public to two of the board’s advisory committees.
NHS Highland is working with the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) to improve the support available for midwives and maternity colleagues.
A staff member from Raigmore Hospital in Inverness who has been described as “a beacon of light” is the latest recipient of a Highland Quality Approach award.
A new non-executive director has been appointed to the board of NHS Highland by the Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing.
NHS Highland is advising young people aged between 16 and 18 to get vaccinated against meningitis and septicaemia (blood poisoning) due to the Men W bacteria.
Two community nurses from NHS Highland have been selected to take part in a special professional development programme that will earn them the right to use the coveted title of ‘Queen’s Nurse’.
A nurse from NHS Highland has reached this year’s final of the British Journal of Nursing (BJN) Awards.
NHS Highland held an improvement workshop focussing on children and young people with neurodevelopmental needs this week.
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