A £8m community hospital in the Highlands is to be officially opened.
Migdale Hospital replaces the old 150-year-old hospital in Bonar Bridge, Sutherland.
On Wednesday, it will be officially opened by Michael Matheson, the minister for public health.
The minister will be given a tour of the building before meeting patients, staff and members of the community.
The hospital, which opened to patients in June, provides an assessment unit for older people, and a range on in-patient sevices.
Lorraine Coe, from NHS Highland, said: "The building has been purpose built to create an environment (inside and out) that is therapeutic for patients, including taking advantage of available light and overlooking spectacular views.
"During the design phase advice was sought from Dementia Services Development Centre at Stirling University and visited other hospitals providing dementia care to try and build on existing good practice."
Michael Matheson said: "Having the right facilities, in the right place is important to people across Scotland and that is why we are determined to ensure both staff and patients the length and breadth of the country can work and be treated in the best possible surroundings.
"It is fantastic to see the new Migdale Hospital open and treating patients in their local community.
"Investment in health is a top priority for the Scottish Government and we have committed to spending over £2 billion on improving NHS infrastructure over four years."