A Nightingale hospital in Harrogate is being set up to help treat patients with coronavirus from Yorkshire and North East England.
The field hospital, based at the town's Convention Centre is one of a number of locations around the country announced by NHS England.
The Harrogate hospital will be able to care for up to 500 coronavirus patients at a time.
Andrew Jones, MP for Harrogate and Knaresborough said:
Andrew added: ''We must have the capacity to deal with people who may become or who are critically ill'':
The Harrogate hospital and another one due to open in Bristol, means there will be an additional 1,500 beds to help deal with the coronavirus crisis.
The news comes on the same day that the the first new hospital is due to open in London.
The new 4,000-bed facility at the ExCel Centre in the capital’s Docklands has been built in less than a fortnight, as hospitals up their critical care capacity to deal with Covid-19.
The Harrogate and Bristol hospitals will join other sites due to open at Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre and Manchester's Central Complex.
NHS hospitals have already managed to free up more than 33,000 beds which is equivalent to 50 new hospitals, according to the service.
The NHS’ chief executive has called the building of the London hospital “nothing short of extraordinary”:
The Health Secretary has also paid tribute to the “hard work and dedication” of staff working on the hospitals across the country.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said: