Plans for nineteen new integrated health and care centres across Wales by 2021, have been announced by Health Secretary Vaughan Gething.
The facilities are intended to bring care services closer to peoples homes by improving access. Health boards will look to work with local authorities, housing associations and the third sector, to bring public services into community hubs.
Funding of up to £68 million will go towards new community hubs and GP centres, and the refurbishment of existing clinics and health centres.
The Health Secretary, Vaughan Gething AM, says it will bring a range of services closer to homes.
However, Dr Charlotte Jones, chair of the BMA's General Practitioners Committee says she's concerned about the lack of involvement of local clinicians:
A part of the key commitment in Taking Wales Forward, it is the biggest targeted investment in primary and community care infrastructure by Welsh Government.
Construction will be subject to the agreement of successful business cases from the local health boards.