Robin Rush, director of nutrition services at 234-bed Kingman Regional Medical Center in Arizona, questions molecular cuisine and the need for room service. Robin Rush, director of nutrition services at 234-bed Kingman Regional Medical Center in Arizona, questions molecular cuisine and the need for room service.
The executive leadership staff is overwhelmingly wonderful.
We have patient satisfaction scores in the top 1% in the country for Press Ganey, and that’s using an old-fashioned trayline.
We had a terminally ill patient whose last wish was to marry his longtime fiancé. The hospital staff wanted to provide a “wedding” for the couple. Our bakery chef, Victoria, was able to produce a beautiful tiered wedding cake within a couple of hours.
Probably something with computers, like designing software.
I’d like to cook with “magic.” Some people can add a pinch of this and that, and it comes out great.
Something that would physically prevent me from being able to work.
It’s a tie between Margaret Thatcher and Clarence Thomas as they are both remarkable people.
Room service in hospitals. It’s a lot of money and you can get good patient satisfaction without it. For us, it’s the personal attention that we pay to each patient that makes the difference.
When faced with a challenge look for a way, not a way out.