The pledge was made by the Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company during its latest question time and general update session at Oakmoor School on Tuesday.
But no details of those services were given, as it is down to the local NHS clinical commissioning group to decide on services – and to pay for them.
With this in mind, Whitehill Town Council leader Cllr Andy Tree took the bull by the horns in a search for answers.
Speaking yesterday, he said: “I have today written to the NHS clinical commissioning group to ask them to come to a town council-hosted question-and-answer session to present to the public about health provision in Whitehill & Bordon, covering the future of Chase Hospital and services that would be provided at a health hub.
“Separately, as a Hampshire county councillor, I have also written to the chairman of the health and adult social care select committee to ask for the NHS clinical commissioning group to be invited to present and take questions from the committee regarding proposed health hub services.”