A $35 million facility with at least 32 new beds will be established at the Launceston General Hospital if Labor wins government at the federal election.
In what's expected to be one of the ALP's major election pledges for Tasmania during the campaign, $95 million has been promised to help "solve the state's health crisis".
The announcement comes after Prime Minister Scott Morrison visited Launceston in April to detail a $92 million investment in health care in Tasmania.
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Labor health spokeswoman Catherine King will join Bass Labor MHR Ross Hart in Launceston today to officially announce the party's package.
A specialist enhanced sub-acute facility, for patients who are not severely ill but still require medical support, would be established at the LGH under the policy.
Meanwhile, a $40 million sub-acute care facility would be created in Hobart, also with at least 32 beds, and $20 million would go towards two new ambulatory care centres for the North-West Coast.
Labor wants every Tasmanian to have access to the best possible health care.Ross Hart
Mr Hart said Labor had "a comprehensive plan to solve the state's health crisis".
"Liberal cuts to Tasmania's health and hospital system have caused a state-wide beds crisis leading to patients being stuck with nowhere to go," he said.
"Labor wants every Tasmanian to have access to the best possible health care.
"Labor's commitment will take the pressure off Tasmania's emergency departments and ambulance services, making sure every Tasmanian gets the care they deserve."