Diagnosis: Dull. Hospital food has long had the reputation for being boring, tasteless and definitely not personalized. But at St. Vincent's Infirmary in Little Rock, AR, patients on the orthopedic floor are greeted each morning with omelets and other breakfast entries made to order by a chef. The pilot program has gotten rave reviews from patients, and the idea is simple: fresh, hot breakfast food, made to order and delivered quickly. The service is provided by a three-person team. Two ...
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