Up to £69m will be invested in frontline NHS services in parts of southern England over the next four years, a report suggests.
A draft document proposes investments in North East Hampshire and Farnham, Surrey Heath and East Berkshire.
Funds will go towards improving waiting times, self-care services and the creation of 14 new “health hubs” to provide weekend appointments.
The hubs will be in Farnham, Fleet, Farnborough, Aldershot, Yateley, Surrey Heath, Bracknell and Ascot.
The Frimley Health and Care Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP), is one of 44 plans set up across the country to deliver better patient care and improved efficiency across the NHS.