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October 9, 2020

Morrison Healthcare Ranked as #7 on Top 150 Best Places to Work in Healthcare

Modern Healthcare announced its ranking of the Top 150 Best Places to Work in Healthcare during an unprecedented year when all of healthcare was focused on battling COVID-19. The editors of the magazine were featured in a virtual presentation where they counted down the winners’ list, with participants tuning in from home offices all over the nation. This year Morrison ranked 7 our of the Top 150. To see the full list of honorees and their rankings, you can click here.

September 22, 2020

Morrison Healthcare Leverages the Nutritional Power and Menu Adaptability of Beets in Beet Root Concept

Morrison Healthcare has been recognized with the 2020 Best Concept Award in the Best Menu Concept category for Beet Root, which leverages the nutritional advantages of the root vegetable in the concept name to give client locations in the healthcare market a brand that is not only distinctive and unusual but appealing from both flavor and health perspectives. [more]

September 10, 2020

Compass One Healthcare Awarded for Global Sustainability Leadership

Compass One Healthcare Awarded for Global Sustainability Leadership

The Business Intelligence Group named Compass One Healthcare, powered by Morrison and Crothall Healthcare, as a winner of two 2020 Sustainability Awards. Morrison earned the Sustainability Initiative of the Year and Crothall earned the Sustainability Service of the Year award. The Sustainability Awards honor those people, teams and organizations who have made sustainability an integral part of their business practice or overall mission. To see more about the specific awards they have won, see our press release.

August 5, 2020

Food Management names Morrison Healthcare’s Beet Root as the Best Menu Concept in 2020. This concept designed for healthcare environments leverages the nutrition benefits of beets by incorporating the root vegetable as the main ingredient in a variety of dishes. The stalks, leaves, stems and skins provide distinct textures and tastes to each recipe in this unique but ultra-health-oriented concept. [more]

July 18, 2020

Morrison Healthcare at Archbold Memorial Hospital Donates to Food Bank

Morrison Healthcare, a Compass One Healthcare Company and nutrition services provider at Archbold Memorial Hospital, recently donated nearly $2,200 to the Thomas County Food Bank amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.  [more]

July 15, 2020

Morrison Healthcare Named to Atlanta’s 2020 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®

The Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® competition identifies and honors organizations that display a commitment to excellence in their human resource practices and employee enrichment. Morrison Healthcare is so proud to announce we were named to Atlanta’s 2020 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®. [more]

July 13, 2020

Morrison Healthcare’s Market on the Move Brings Food to Hospital Staff

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The main idea of Market on the Move is serving more hospital staff at more places within the 12 floors and connected children’s hospital and older section of the University of Kentucky Healthcare in Lexington through the use of carts.[more]

July 13, 2020

Morrison Healthcare Named to Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare

Each year, Modern Healthcare identifies and recognizes outstanding employers in the health industry. We are so proud to announce Morrison Healthcare has been named to Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work in Healthcare List for the 8th time. [more]

July 12, 2020

Morrison Healthcare Teams up with Atrium Health to Feed Kids in Need

This summer, Atrium Health University Hospital with the help of Morrison Healthcare is expanding its “Kids Eat Free” Program to address food insecurity throughout the Charlotte Region. Meals are still needed for children who may not have food available during June July and August as twenty percent of children in North Carolina struggle with hunger. [more]