A mental illness partnership project between NHS Tayside and Police Scotland has been hailed a success.
NHS Tayside has apologised after it was criticised by a standards watchdog over their care and handling of a man who died of cancer.
Women in some areas of Dundee are less likely to go for breast cancer screening than women in the rest of Scotland.
A woman has been waiting for months on surgery to repair a debilitating hip condition which has “ruined her life”.
Electric shock therapy treatments were performed 116 times in Dundee in 2016, according to new figures.
NHS Tayside’s financial woes have deepened with confirmation it must find an extra £1 million to achieve its targeted savings.
Drinkers in Dundee could face paying hundreds of pounds more a year to enjoy their favourite tipple.
Health chiefs have admitted they have no way of knowing how much unused medication is going to waste across Tayside.
New figures have revealed a huge increase in cases of aggressive behaviour towards NHS Tayside staff.
Most parents won’t have to endure their children being put under general anaesthetic when they are just babies even once.
A “fuming” Dundee mother has described how she opened the attic of her new family home to find it stuffed with prescription medication.
Hard-worked nurses in Tayside claim they are being forced to do “deeply unpopular” new shifts that could negatively impact patient care.
Hospitals in Tayside and Fife cancelled more than 70 operations in one month for reasons such as lack of space, equipment or staff.
A drop-in cervical screening session was held in Arbroath when more than 30 women had a smear test carried out.
Cash-strapped health bosses are spending about £170,000 a month because of “bed-blocking” involving older patients in Dundee.
Patients in Tayside are facing journeys of up to 500 miles for specialist treatment including sex changes, the Tele can reveal.
Almost a fifth of smokers attempting to kick the habit did so last year — the highest success rate in seven years.
An NHS worker preyed on vulnerable patients who were being treated at Ninewells Hospital — stealing money from purses and a wallet while she worked there.
A woman who suffers from anorexia is calling for more support to be given to adults with the condition.
Bosses at Ninewells are looking into bringing a park and ride scheme to the hospital in a bid to cut down on parking problems.