Pittsburgh Hospital Hires Cura as Foodservice Provider

May 2008
FoodService Director;5/15/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p6
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The article reports that St. Clair Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania has selected Cura Hospitality, a healthcare and acute care dining provider, to be its food service provider. As part of the contract, Cura will implement a menu concierge program for hospital patients. In the program, clinicians visit patient rooms to take meal orders, helping patients select items that will help heal them or improve their medical condition.


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