The Government has announced £120 million of additional spending for health services in the Anglia region.
It will mean expansion at Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon, more beds at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow and redevelopment of the emergency department at the West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds.
The extra cash for the health service in the Anglia region is part of nearly £1 billion announced nationally by the Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock.
A total of 75 projects will receive funding to upgrade facilities.
Mr Hancock, who is also the West Suffolk MP he want more patients to receive world-class care in world-class NHS facilities.
Health projects in the Anglia region receiving extra government cash
- £25.5 million for expansion at Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Huntingdon
- 19.2 million for urgent fire safety work at the Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
- £18 million for the East of England Ambulance Service
- £13.4 million for redevelopment of the emergency department at the West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds
- £11.4 million for a vascular surgery network in Hertfordshire and West Essex
- £11 million for emergency care transformation at West Hertfordshire Hospitals Trust
- £9.95 million for a pathway unity at Milton Keynes University Hospital
- £9.5 million for additional bed capacity at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow
- £0.8 million for a stroke rehabilitation unit for Milton Keynes and Bedfordshire
A new children's hospital in Cambridge, worth up to £100 million, has also been given the go-ahead after years of campaigning.
The hospital will be the first of its kind in the region - integrating physical and mental health services alongside university research all in one site.
The funding for this hospital isn't part of the £963 million allocation but the Department of Health's green light means the hospital can take the next steps to raise funds from established measures such as selling surplus land.