New Hospital Opens in Louisville

October 2009
FoodService Director;10/15/2009, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p6
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The article announces that the 120-bed Norton Brownsboro Hospital opened in August 2009 in Louisville, Kentucky. Its food service department features four kitchens and nourishment centers on every floor and is operated by Morrison Management Specialists. Most of the cooking is done in the main kitchen located on the ground floor and the food is then sent up to the three smaller kitchens where a hospitality associate prepares and delivers them to patients.


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