Elective surgery, mental health care, maternity services and breast cancer diagnosis are among the "priority needs" set to be addressed in a state-specific health funding program, under a Liberal federal government.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison will announce in Launceston on Wednesday almost $92 million in funding to help support a better health care system for Tasmania.
This will include $34.7 million to reduce surgical waiting times, $10.5 million for a walk-in mental health care centre in Launceston, $3 million for two new diagnostic mammography units and $400,000 to support upgrades to new birthing suites at the Launceston General Hospital.
Mr Morrison said the Tasmanian Health Plan would also provide greater support for Tasmanians living in rural and remote locations, while increasing a wide range of vital services, from GPs to hospital care and specialist health services.
"Our strong economic management means we can provide record investment in Medicare, public hospitals and medicines, delivering more doctors, more nurses and more services to Tasmanians," Mr Morrison said.
"We can deliver this record investment in health without raising taxes for hard-working Tasmanians.
"We will invest $34.7 million to reduce surgical waiting times by providing an additional 6000 surgeries and endoscopies, and for primary care support for Tasmanians in rural and remote locations through TazReach."
Tasmania remains the only state in Australia without publicly funded diagnostic mammography.
Under the Liberal plan, $3 million would go towards funding two new diagnostic mammography units - one to be located in Launceston and one in Hobart.
Meanwhile, Tasmania's Menzies Institute for Medical Research would also benefit, with $10 million in funding towards its Multiple Sclerosis Flagship Program.
A further $10 million would also be invested in a new residential eating disorder clinic in Hobart, to provide in-patient specialist care for people experiencing eating disorders.
In the North, $10.5 million would be provided for a walk-in mental health centre in Launceston, aimed at providing psychological counselling or other mental health services, without a prior appointment.
Mr Morrison said the centre would cater for people in a crisis as well as those at risk, and provide an alternative to a hospital emergency department.
The announcement comes days after Labor Leader Bill Shorten announced $15 million to establish a 25-bed acute mental health unit, to be located near the Launceston General Hospital.
Mr Morrison said the Liberal Party would work with the state government to determine a location for its mental health centre, but said it would not come at the cost of increasing taxes.
"Labor can't manage money and we are doing it without putting up any taxes. Putting up taxes doesn't make anyone healthier," he said.
Under the Liberal plan, funding for public hospitals would increase from $425 million a year (2018-19) to $525 million (2024-25), under a new agreement with the Tasmanian Government.
Mr Morrison said the plan would result in new health initiatives, new infrastructure and new medical research.
"This is a pretty comprehensive and well thought through package to try and meet specifically the needs of Tasmanians," he said.
"Healthcare is a very important issue in Tasmania, we understand that, and so that is why we designed a Tasmania-specific program to meet the priority needs.
"And we've done that working with our local candidates here and our local senate team as well. We get it, that the dividend, the benefit of a strong economy is to invest in these services."
Mr Morrison will speak at a post-budget breakfast in Launceston on Wednesday.