Watertown Regional Medical Center’s onsite dining operation now sources some 50 crops from its own 11,000-sq.ft.
If you had visited UW Health Partners Watertown (WI) Regional Medical Center a few years ago and then come back recently, you would be shocked at the difference. At least if you had taken a meal there both times. Up until a couple years ago, Watertown Regional had deployed a very traditional foodservice that relied on a lot of heat-and-serve dishes, prepackaged sides and frozen ingredients. The food was filling but uninspiring. Today, following a $3 million renovation, the hospital ...
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