Feedback received from submissions for the Launceston General Hospital masterplan will be released as part of a public communique, the state government says.
The deadline for submissions to the masterplan closed on February 14.
Aimed at setting out the infrastructure requirements for the next 50 years of health service delivery in Northern Tasmania, a public consultation process was launched in mid December last year.
Along with clinical services and the potential for a future collocated private hospital, the masterplan will consider the main LGH campus and facilities in the surrounding precinct, including the Anne O'Byrne building; 39 Frankland Street; John L Grove; the Allambi building; and the former nurses' home buildings.
In a statement, a government spokesman said the submissions were being provided to "service and facility planners for detailed analysis".
"We will release a public communique about the masterplan, including feedback received from public submissions," the spokesman said.
"We will ensure the public forum is advertised once the date has be finalised and we welcome participation."
The masterplan was due to be released by the end of 2019, but is now expected to be completed by May.