Stroke patients will receive 24-hour enhanced care for the first 72 hours of treatment with the service available seven days a week.
Currently no hospitals in Lancashire or South Cumbria offer the enhanced service, which is a national expectation.
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A report presented to Blackpool Council's adult social care and health scrutiny committee said the town was "significantly behind other areas in Lancashire and South Cumbria" when it came to provision for stroke patients.
It added the key to giving people the best chance of a good recovery was "the speed at which a stroke was accurately diagnosed".
To achieve this it is proposed to have a specialist stroke team in A&E, and provide intensive care for the first 72 hours which currently Blackpol does not offer.
The changes will also reduce the amount of time patients stay in hospital, but also depend on community care being available when they are sent home.
Sharon Walkden, project manager, at Lancashire and South Cumbria ICS (Integrated Care System), said recruitment and training of specialist staff would take time, which is why the service would not be ready until March 2024.
There were 2,575 patient admissions across Lancashire and South Cumbria for acute stroke care and 442 deaths due to stroke in 2020/21.