HFM Broadens Visibility

August 2006
FoodService Director;8/15/2006, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p12
Trade Publication
This article reports on the efforts of the National Society for Healthcare Foodservice Management (HFM) to work with Kellen Company and to implement its stated goals. According to HFM president Sharon Cox, the first goal was to elevate the visibility and importance of healthcare foodservice within the healthcare industry. HFM also developed a new moniker to describe the business of self-operated hospital foodservice, on-staff. INSET: THE HFM CULINARY COMPETITION.


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