Boris Johnson is set to announce the 20 NHS hospitals in England that will benefit from an £850m cash injection.
The money, which makes up part of a £1.8bn spending pledge, will be provided to upgrade outdated facilities and equipment.
The prime minister will make the commitment for the health service during a speech at a Lincolnshire hospital on Monday.
Here is a list of the beneficiaries and the funding they will receive:
East of England
Luton and Dunstable University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (FT): £99.5m for a new block in Luton to provide critical and intensive care, as well as a delivery suite and operating theatres.
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS FT: £69.7m to provide diagnostic and assessment centres in Norwich, Great Yarmouth and King’s Lynn.
Norfolk and Suffolk NHS FT: £40m to build four new hospital wards in Norwich, providing 80 beds.
NHS South Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG): £25.2m to develop and improve primary care services.
University Hospitals Birmingham: £97.1m to provide a new purpose-built hospital facility, replacing outdated outpatient, treatment and diagnostic accommodation.
United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust: £21.3m to improve patient flow in Boston by developing urgent and emergency care zones in A&E.
Wye Valley NHS Trust: £23.6m to provide new hospital wards in Hereford, providing 72 beds.
University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust: £17.6m to create three new modern wards to improve capacity and patient flow in Stoke, delivering approximately 84 beds for this winter.
Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge CCGs and North East London NHS Foundation Trust: £17m to develop a new health and wellbeing hub.
Croydon Health Services NHS Trust: £12.7m to extend and refurbish critical care units at the Croydon University Hospital.
North East and Yorkshire
South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Integrated Care System: £57.5m for primary care investment.
Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS FT: £41.7m to improve paediatric cardiac services in the North East.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust: £12m to provide a single laboratory information management system across West Yorkshire and Harrogate, covering all pathology disciplines.
Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS FT: £72.3m to build a new adult mental health inpatient unit.
Mersey Care NHS FT: £33m to provide a new 40-bed low secure unit for people with learning disabilities.
Stockport NHS FT: £30.6m to provide a new emergency care campus development at Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport, incorporating an urgent treatment centre, GP assessment unit and planned investigation unit.
NHS Wirral CCG: £18m to improve patient flow by improving access via the urgent treatment centre.
Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS FT: £16.3m to provide emergency and urgent care facilities at Tameside General Hospital.
Isle of Wight NHS Trust: £48m to redesign acute services.
Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust: £99.9m to build a new women’s and children’s hospital in the centre of the Royal Cornwall Hospital site in Truro.
Boris Johnson is set to announce the 20 NHS hospitals in England that will benefit from an £850m cash injection. The money, which makes up part of a £1.8bn spending pledge , will be provided to upgrade outdated facilities and equipment.