Modernizing the Foodservice Offerings at Palos Community Hospital

Modernizing the Foodservice Offerings at Palos Community Hospital

From stark white walls and generic uniforms to outdated cafeterias, hospitals aren’t exactly known for being modern, warm, or the most appealing, if you will. In this episode of “BUILT.,” in partnership with FCSI The Americas, we explore how Palos Community Hospital in Palos Heights, IL, has modernized their foodservice offerings for employees and patients alike with the help of FCSI consultant Christine Guyott, RD.

“Typical foodservice in a hospital was polar opposite of what a dining experience in a restaurant would be, where people would actually pay for their dining experience,” says Katie Freese, director of patient access at Palos Community Hospital (PCH). “Presentation has not necessarily been placed on [the] foodservice department.”

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BUILT.: Modernizing the Foodservice Offerings at Palos Community Hospital

BUILT.: Modernizing the Foodservice Offerings at Palos Community Hospital

From stark white walls and generic uniforms to outdated cafeterias, hospitals aren’t exactly known for being modern, warm, or the most appealing, if you will. In this episode of “BUILT.,” in partnership with FCSI The Americas, we explore how Palos Community Hospital in Palos Heights, IL, has modernized their foodservice offerings for employees and patients alike with the help of FCSI consultant Christine Guyott, RD.

“Typical foodservice in a hospital was polar opposite of what a dining experience in a restaurant would be, where people would actually pay for their dining experience,” says Katie Freese, director of patient access at Palos Community Hospital (PCH). “Presentation has not necessarily been placed on [the] foodservice department.”

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