About NHS Grampian
NHS Grampian is Scotland’s third-largest health board and is responsible for improving health and wellbeing for over 500,000 people in the North East of Scotland.
With an annual budget in excess of £1 billion and over 13,000 staff working together to cover an area of more than 3,000 square miles, the health board is responsible for all NHS services in what is an exceptional part of the country.
From the breath-taking mountains of the Cairngorms to hundreds of miles of diverse coastline with spectacular beaches and seaside towns; the historic, Granite City of Aberdeen, an international airport as well as the stunning plains of Moray and Aberdeenshire, Grampian truly boasts the best of both urban and rural living.
The region consistently features at the very top of the quality of life index surveys for the UK.