TMC Chief Executive Officer Charlie Shields and Morrisonrsquos Regional Vice President Scott Lewis cut the ribbon at opening festivities for crEATe the new teaching kitchen located in the TMC Hospital Hill Cafeteria

TMC Chief Executive Officer Charlie Shields and Morrison’s Regional Vice President Scott Lewis cut the ribbon at opening festivities for crEATe, the new teaching kitchen located in the TMC Hospital Hill Cafeteria.

Morrison’s crEATe kitchen targets chronic conditions

Truman Medical Center’s newest culinary concept plays host to classes and demos that teach better self-management skills.

Morrison Healthcare has big plans to help patients with chronic conditions like diabetes, congestive heart failure and cardiovascular diseases. By incorporating culinary classrooms into its hospitals’ foodservice operations, the contract company hopes to be an active part of the wellness process.

Before Morrison goes global with crEATe, it started local—at Truman Medical Center (TMC) in Kansas City, Mo., to be exact.

At TMC, crEATe was built inside a renovated retail s

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