Aberdeen Royal Infirmary is NHS Grampian's largest hospital, situated at Foresterhill, Aberdeen. The Matthew Hay Building (previously known as the Emergency Care Centre) brings together emergency and urgent care services into one building.
Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital and Aberdeen Maternity Hospital are also housed at the Foresterhill site.
Woodend Hospital caters for many patients, including the elderly. Royal Cornhill Hospital provides inpatient and community support for mental health services.
A large number of outpatients are seen at the Woolmanhill Hospital in the city centre. Roxburghe House is a new purpose-built unit providing palliative care for terminally ill patients.
Dr Gray's Hospital is the district general hospital based in Elgin, Moray.
Children with special needs are cared for at the Raeden Centre jointly with Aberdeen City Council.
The Oaks is a another purpose-built unit which provides specialist care and support for people with cancer and other progressive illnesses in Moray.
Community hospitals are hospitals where most patients are admitted, and cared for, by their own GPs.