BRANCHING OUT: Jennings Center blossoms into multi-svc. complex

August 2003
FoodService Director;8/15/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 8, p44
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Relates the expansion of the Jennings Center for Older Adults in Garfield Heights, Ohio from a nursing home into a multi-service healthcare center in 2003. Facilities added in the center's campus; Additional services offered by the center to its residents including a home-meal delivery program; Changes in its kitchen operations.


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