Despite persistent rumours to the contrary, a kiosk is still in the plans for the Goulburn Hospital redevelopment.
The rumours began circulating a few weeks ago.
However, when the Goulburn Post asked the Southern NSW Local Health District about it they firmly denied there were any moves to remove the kiosk from the hospital.
A Health Infrastructure spokesperson said the current kiosk would be retained with the addition of a coffee cart in another wing.
"The redevelopment will maintain the existing kiosk, providing its current service to staff, families, carers, and visitors," the spokesperson said.
"In addition, provisions are being made for a coffee cart in the foyer of the new Clinical Services Building. This coffee cart could provide a service of coffee and a snack, with more substantial items available at the existing kiosk and elsewhere."
"The Goulburn Hospital and Health Service Redevelopment will deliver a contemporary health campus for the communities of Goulburn and surrounds."
The Goulburn Post understands the current kiosk closes at 4pm each day and is not open on weekends.
Look at a video of the new hospital here.
In January 2019, the NSW Government announced an additional $30 million for the Redevelopment bringing the total investment to $150 million.
The spokesperson said the four-storey Clinical Services Building was on track to be completed in 2021.
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