Work on a supersized GP surgery and health and social care centre is set to get under way this spring.
The Scottish Government has given final approval for the £72m project in the north-east of Glasgow.
The North East Hub in Parkhead will be Scotland’s first net-zero carbon health and social care facility.
The building will be home to three GP practices and a community pharmacy.
Alongside specialist services for children, older people, and adult community care groups, there will also be a wide range of mental health, addiction, criminal justice, homelessness and health improvement support.
As well as a cafe, Parkhead Library will also move into the new building.
The approval of the full business case means that, subject to contracts, substantive work can begin on site before the end of March.
It is hoped that the new hub will open to the public in 2024.
Tom Steele, director of facilities and estates at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde (NHSGGC), said: “The hub will be the largest primary care development we’ve ever committed to and a pioneering project, as our first ever net-zero carbon facility.
“It is our firm belief that the hub will be a beacon for sustainability, as well as a focal point for improving lives within the local area.
“By co-locating teams and services in one place, people will be able to access the support they need, alongside excellent community resources, helping to reduce inequality and improve health.”
The Scottish Government is to fund most of the construction costs, with Glasgow City Council spending £2.5m to relocate the existing Parkhead Library within the property.
Health secretary Humza Yousaf said the project, backed by more than £65m from the Scottish Government, would empower people to “access the care they need, when they need, as easily as possible”.
David McDonald, depute leader of Glasgow City Council and chair of Glasgow Life, added: “This state-of-the-art neighbourhood facility is a great example of co-locating services and partnership working, and will offer a one-stop-shop for a range of services from Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Life and HSCP.
“We all have a role to play in enabling the city to improve not only the health and wellbeing of our citizens, but also to tackle the global climate and ecological issues we are facing.
“This net-zero carbon facility will help us to continue to develop a better city for everyone while also supporting the people of Glasgow to better engage with their communities; creating opportunities for people of all ages to gain access to information and resources to help them build and live better lives.
“I look forward to seeing the work begin on site in March.”