Goulburn Base Hospital has been flooded with donations from BDCU in the past few months.
A bariatric lifter, worth $6160, was given to the hospital in April, a tilted slide table costing $8810 was donated the following month and on Wednesday, July 1, two breast pumps worth $4910 were donated.
Observation monitors costing $7530 were also supposed to be received by the hospital, but were held up due to COVID-19.
The items cost a total of about $27,350 which came from a grant from the NSW Government.
Acting director of nursing and midwifery Cheryl Tozer said the hospital was really grateful for BDCU's continued support and said the pumps would come in handy.
"Goulburn does around 300 births per year," Ms Tozer said.
"They get milk faster and they are really useful for those with premature babies.
"We get round 50 premature babies per year."
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BDCU Goulburn Fundraising Inc president Nerida Cullen said she knew the importance of breast pumps due to personal experience.
"My sister had premature twins and used breast pumps which helped out a lot," Ms Cullen said.
Goulburn Base Hospital have a list of items that have a shortage on and gives it to the donators like BDCU.
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