food service department

food ser·vice de·part·ment

(fūd sĕŕvis dĕ-pahrtmĕnt)
Office concerned with preparation and delivery of meals to the patients in a facility.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
Questions should be directed to the District 211 Food Service Department at (847) 755-6680 or email
Besides structural changes, the team's food service department will add six kiosks where fans can order food and then go to the concession stand to pick it up.
Lewis worked as a cook in the Nutrition and Food Service Department from December 2008 until September 2009 and then again from December 2013 until April 2015.
He also instructed the Food Service Department to enhance the quality and standard of in-flight food.
After the disestablishment of NAVSUP GLS, she was reassigned to NAVSUP Headquarters as the Navy food service department training officer.
Aside from her daily duties in the food service department and as a janitor, Miller has helped inspire and connect with hundreds of kids over 25 years.
The first monitors went to cafeterias, whose food service department were looking for a way to standardize lunch menus and nutritional information on a timed schedule across campuses.
Benoit was born in Clinton, daughter of the late Oscar and Florence Richford.She was employed at Memorial Hospital for over 18 years in the food service department until her retirement.
Call your local hospital and request to speak with the dietary or food service department. Ask them if they have a special menu or offer items for a vegetarian diet.
Similar to the above, if the food service department is performing resident care functions manually, consider upgrading to an electronic system to manage and streamline all the resident care functions.
Full browser ?