Launceston General Hospital is facing many of the dire issues and challenges confronting the Royal Hobart and needs immediately implementable solutions, according to the state's peak medial body.
The Australian Medical Association Tasmania branch have renewed its calls for Health Minister Sarah Courtney to meet with LGH clinical leadership as a matter of urgency.
On Monday Ms Courtney met with RHH senior leadership to address concerns raised in a letter signed by 147 of the hospital's junior doctors.
However, in a statement AMA Tasmania said measures announced by Ms Courtney - including plans to appoint a second overnight medical registrar position - created more questions than answers.
"The AMA believes that at a time of crisis such as this, the minister should be engaging directly with the staff concerns, including willingly fronting the junior doctors who have bravely stepped forward to make their concerns known," the statement said.
"AMA once again calls on the government to be transparent and open, to provide positive, immediately implementable solutions to this health crisis, along with access solutions for both the RHH and the LGH, and guaranteed recruitment of more junior doctors above and beyond the number of full-time equivalents presently budgeted at the royal."
Ms Courtney said she would be attending a "patient flow workshop" at the LGH in early December.
"These workshops are being conducted and driven by local hospital leadership and are focused on developing a set of actions to improve patient flow," she said.
Ms Courtney also said an audit on the hospital's escalation protocol was ongoing.
Unions have repeatedly called for an urgent review of the hospital's escalation protocol to address increased demand.
The Royal Hobart Hospital revised its escalation protocol to include a fourth level in 2017.