Planning is under way to shape future retail services around the Wagga Base Hospital.
A survey has been launched as part of the $431 million redevelopment of the hospital precinct to get public feedback on possible retail areas, public spaces and services.
Wagga Base Hospital general manager Troy Trgetaric said the results of the survey of patients and visitors would be used to plan these new facilities.
The Murrumbidgee Local Health District is also conducting an online survey of staff and volunteers, including those visiting Wagga.
The survey includes 11 questions about what retail services people would like to see provided in the hospital, what food and beverage options should be available for purchase and what time of the day people are likely to use the services.
Hard copies of the retail survey for patients and visitors can be found at the hospital reception and at the wayfinding desk.
Wagga Base Hospital is in the third and final stage of the $431 million redevelopment, which is on track and on budget for completion in 2021.