A Launceston consumer-run birth centre would be able to continue operation under funding included in the $91.9 million federal Liberal Party health plan announced for Tasmania last week.
The detail comes as the party pledge a further $25.6 million for the state's North and North-West.
The Launceston Birth Centre announced in February it would need to close its doors after a three-year struggle to find endorsed midwives.
With assistance from the state government to secure a new midwife - set to begin in June - the centre will also receive $50,000 for capital works as part of the $400,000 flagged in last week's Tasmanian Health Plan for birthing suite upgrades at the LGH.
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Those capital works will include expansion and refurbishments, a deck to the back of the building, flooring upgrades and a heat pump.
The centre's committee treasurer Sarah Haberle said the excitement was "phenomenal". "This is a new season for the birth centre."
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the additional North and North-West package would see more doctors, services and infrastructure.
The plan includes $10 million to redevelop and extend the Kings Meadows Community Health Centre and $4.5 million for new perinatal infant and mental health services at the LGH and North West Regional Hospital - which would also receive $10 million toward its acute care facility.
It would also include $1 million for the Queenstown Allied Health and Aged Facility and $100,000 for two mobile unit health buses supported by Rotary and the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
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