The Goulburn Soldiers Club is always happy to donate to Goulburn Base Hospital and Thursday, December 3 was no different.
Soldiers Club president Mick Donnelly and promotions and loyalty co-ordinator Emma Mccoll presented a cheque of $23,425 to the urology department.
READ ALSO: Parcel deadlines loom for Christmas gifts
Goulburn Base Hospital operations manager Matthew Sakthivel said he was very grateful for the donation.
"We will use the funds to upgrade our health equipment to help with prostate cancer surgery and to improve recovery," Mr Sakthivel said.
READ ALSO: New police recruits ready to hit the streets
New WikiBoard Installed
Meanwhile, patrons of the hospital and the public will be let in on some key statistics each month with a new WikiBoard which was placed in different spots around the hospital late last month.
Mr Sakthivel said the board would publish key information on hospital activities along with ward and unit specific information for the consumers interacting with their services.
"The board will have up-to-date information on patient safety and quality indicators," he said.
"The theme of information published in this board will be consistent across all boards for various wards and units at the Goulburn Health Services.
"The information published in the board includes information on the local team, team members, key contacts, hospital activities, outcome on the patient experience, falls, ward activity, hand hygiene and seasonal information."
Did you know the Goulburn Post is now offering breaking news alerts and a weekly email newsletter? Keep up-to-date with all the local news: sign up below.