AND ELIMINATES PAPER MENUS/COSTS: Ohio State Med. Ctr. serves `same-day'

May 2000
FoodService Director;05/15/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p16
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Reports on the establishment of Same Day Service, a menu-based ordering and room service concept, at the Ohio State University Medical Center in 2000. Objectives of the Same Day Service; Process that must be followed regarding Same Day Service.


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