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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 the South & Mid Highland area below.

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NHS Highland’s estates department has discovered a longstanding leak under the floor in a ward in St Vincent’s Hospital in Kingussie.
A drop-in event to allow residents to have a look at the preliminary designs for the new Badenoch and Strathspey hospital in Aviemore is planned for Tuesday, 5th September 2017.

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.
Eight NHS Highland staff in Argyll and Bute have been recognised for their catering abilities and standards.
The Mid Ross Community Partnership is to hold its next meeting on Tuesday, 22nd August 2017.
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.
Extreme staffing pressures have meant admissions to New Craigs Hospital in Inverness have been restricted as a temporary measure to ensure staff can deliver a safe level of care.
An overnight service for care at home being piloted in Inverness is already producing positive results.

Issued by The Life Changes Trust

The Scottish Highlands are to become dementia friendly thanks to a funding boost of £225,000 from the Life Changes Trust.

NHS Highland and the Highland Alcohol and Drugs Partnership wants everyone to have a brilliant time at Belladrum this year and have a few health messages to keep you feeling well to ensure you have the best time.
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.
Extreme staffing pressures have meant restricting new admissions of in-patients at the County Community Hospital Invergordon (CCHI) as a temporary measure to ensure staff can deliver a safe level of care.
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