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Food service changes coming to new Canadian hospital

Patients will now be brought a menu and have their order taken verbally, much like they would if they were at a restaurant

December 20, 2016

Food service changes are coming to new hospital in Campbell River, British Columbia, according to an article on the Campbell River Mirror website.

Patients will now be brought a menu and have their order taken verbally, much like they would if they were at a restaurant.

Two factors have made this change possible: improved technology enabling the digital transfer of information more efficiently throughout the building and the construction of a kitchen facility within the hospital that was designed with a broader and more diverse food service system in mind.

The facility will be cooking the majority of the food on-site.

Read the article.

 

 




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