Building work on a new £3.7 million health centre will begin next month in Walsall.
Brownhills Health Centre will be located on the former Town Hall site, on Chester Road, and is expected to open next summer.
Walsall Teaching Primary Care Trust has confirmed that construction is due to begin in mid-April on the new facility, which will bring GPs, dentists, health visitors and district nurses all together under one roof.
Patients will also be able to undergo minor surgery, hearing tests, physiotherapy and chiropody at the health centre.
The trust has worked with Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council and Brownhills local committee to bring the project to this stage.
The site is being developed by Matrix Medical.
Paul Jennings, interim chief executive of Walsall PCT, said: "This is another excellent example of collaboration between the trust and the local authority to ensure comprehensive and accessible services for Walsall residents."
Nicky Cooper, the trust's finance director, added: "It has taken us a long time to get to a start- on- site schedule for Brownhills, and it's fair to say we have faced more than the usual amount of technical and legal difficulties getting here.
"Since last autumn we have opened new health centres in Pinfold, Bentley and Darlaston.
"These centres represent new investment of more than £10 million," she added.
"Doctors, nurses, and many other health professionals will be using the new Brownhills centre to get the right treatment at the right time to the right people."