Partnership between school districts and local health system gets kids cooking over the summer

The Cooking up Confidence camp is being held through a partnership between Chartwells K12 and Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System.


Which technologies are right for senior dining?

CCL Hospitality Group’s latest report on optimizing tech for senior-living communities shines a light on how best to include residents in our increasingly tech-forward world.

Climbing up from 2% to 99% in 5 years, the Morrison Healthcare/OhioHealth Riverside Methodist Hospital foodservice team changed culture from the ground up.

Long Island’s Stony Brook University Hospital transforms patient meal-ordering with launch of new easy-to-use mobile app.

The market offers a selection of to-go sandwiches, salads, drinks and more. Staff will have 24-hour access to the space.

During the first full calendar year of the health system’s plant-based meals program, it saw a 36% reduction in carbon emissions and a cost savings of 59 cents per meal.

A handful of stakeholders receiving the funds are healthcare operations.

Cura Hospitality’s relaunched memory care program, Connections Memory Support Dining, resets the table with latest tools in helping memory-impaired residents reclaim mealtime. Plus: How a Cura senior dining team hits the ground running in a new location.

Locally Sourced: While it has only been on the menu for a few weeks, the salad has already caused a “eating frenzy” among hospital staff, says Chef Molly Lindberg.

The senior living communities’ renovated Light Horse Lounge is one of the many dining options available to residents.

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