Shrewsbury和Telford醫院NHS信託基金說，這將 "大大 "增加日間手術的數量，並為病人帶來更好的體驗。
信託基金首席執行官Louise Barnett說，新的中心將是 "對我們特爾福德基地的一項重大投資，這將改善我們為所有社區提供的護理"。
Work has begun on a new £24m planned care hub at Telford's Princess Royal Hospital in a bid to cut patient waiting lists.
Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust said it would "substantially" increase the number of day surgery procedures and result in a better experience for patients.
The hub is expected to open to patients in summer 2023.
Under the plans, emergency treatment and women and children's services will be centred at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, while Telford's Princess Royal will specialise in planned care, including day surgery cases.
In September, a report by the hospitals trust concluded that other planned changes would have to be scaled back as funding would not cover all the proposals first envisaged in 2013.
Trust Chief Executive Louise Barnett said the new hub would be a "significant investment in our Telford site which will improve the care that we provide to all our communities".
Acting Medical Director Dr John Jones said the set-up would also mean patients were more likely to go home on the same day after surgery.