St LUKE'S Hospital at Crosland Moor will close. The 23-acre Blackmoorfoot Road site will be sold off.
Mental health services, run by South West Yorkshire Mental Health Trust, will move along with Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust's X-ray department, stroke ward, rehabilitation centre and some outpatient facilities.
* Inpatient services for adults with acute mental health problems will move to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
* People needing low security mental health care will go to Fieldhead in Wakefield.
* Other mental health services will be provided within the Huddersfield community.
* General hospital services will go to HRI or the planned Acre Mills site opposite the hospital.
* Other general health services will be given in community settings.
Diane Whittingham, chief executive of Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust, said St Luke's was not suitable for modern day care any more. She said they had looked at options for refurbishing it, but felt moving services was a more cost-effective and better choice.
A 24-HOUR paediatric assessment and observation unit able to accommodate children needing a short stay will be provided at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
This will help build on the provision for inpatient care.
Emergency paediatric surgery will also be provided at the HRI.
Kirklees councillor Mehboob Khan said: "A town the size of Huddersfield and its surrounding areas should be able to support local services for local children."
He said in 1983 he spent time in hospital and the support of his family and friends was vital.
Yvette Oade, consultant paediatrician for Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust, said: "We all know that children recover much faster when their parents and family are giving them the support they need."
She said there were also plans to try to encourage children to recover at home wherever possible.
She added the trust would continue to work with local authorities when it came to child protection.