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July 10, 2020

Morrison Healthcare Dietitian Starts Donation Program to Help Feed Those in Need

While working from home, Samaria Grandberry and her sister came up with an idea to produce fresh fruits and vegetables for people in need. She started a donation program called Samaria’s Buy One Donate One Produce Program. It uses locally grown food from her family’s farm to give to people affected by the pandemic. [more]

July 10, 2020

Free Lunch Program for Allentown Children Continues Through the Pandemic

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Many children living with food insecurity rely on school lunches to provide a well-rounded meal. For these kids, summertime means skipping meals and empty stomachs. With that in mind, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Program was created. It’s a federally funded program administered through the Pennsylvania Department of Education with the help of Morrison Healthcare. [more]

July 10, 2020

Mount Sinai Hospital Nutrition Services Weathers the Coronavirus Crisis

The dining team at New York City’s Mt. Sinai Hospital served not only in-house patients but also sent meals to the temporary tent hospital across the street in Central Park.

June 1, 2020

Compass One Healthcare Salutes Hospital Partners Selected as 2020 Practice Greenhealth Awards Winners

Compass One Healthcare food and nutrition and support services teams once again collaborated with the hospitals they serve to win 2020 Practice Greenhealth Environmental Excellence Awards, including Circles of Excellence and Greenhealth Emerald and Partner for Change Awards. See the Press Release here.

July 9, 2019

Tuesday Juan Medina celebrated his 15th birthday at UF Health Shands while he is waiting at the top of the transplant list for a new heart and lungs. Knowing his love for cooking, the foodservice staff at UF Health planned a tour of the kitchen and a huge birthday cake for Juan on his big day.

May 30, 2019

Bona Fide, Morrison Healthcare’s nutrient-rich, easily digestible, tasty bone broths are a natural choice for healthcare environments, and were named the Best Management Company Concept by Food Management Magazine.

 

 

 

May 23, 2019

Compass One Healthcare (Atlanta) – Compass One Healthcare, a combination of Atlanta-based Morrison Healthcare and Wayne, Pa.-based Crothall Healthcare, offers healthcare support services. The company has more than 47,000 associates serving 2,138 clients in 46 states. The companies have Diversity and Inclusion Action Councils to help build a more inclusive environment. The councils advise senior leaders, support diversity and inclusion strategies for the human resources department and promote diversity organizationwide. Between Morrison and Crothall, the companies have earned recognition as a National Association for Business Resources Best and Brightest Places to Work For in 2018, Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania and Fast Company – Most Innovative Companies One Healthcare a Best Place to Work in Healthcare.

May 23, 2019

Month after month, healthcare leads the nation in adding new jobs. From April 2018 to April 2019, the industry created 404,000 jobs.

But a tight labor market puts employers in a tough spot. Robust compensation and benefit packages are no longer sufficient to keep employees from firing up their resumes.

Organizations making this year’s list of Best Places to Work in Healthcare stand out in their efforts to create an empowered and satisfied workforce. They did so by nurturing a sense of loyalty and building engagement.

March 14, 2019

Morrison Healthcare chef, Kristine Wolner was at a crossroads. A stint in college had been enough to convince her that her childhood dream of becoming a lawyer wasn’t meant to be. When she returned home to Austin, Minnesota, her parents gave her two other choices: Go back to school and find something that did interest her, or stay put and take over the family farm. “That wasn’t something I wanted to do, either,” Kristine tells us of her farming prospects.