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Being in the heart of the COVID epidemic in New York City means even more emphasis on safety for Mt. Sinai dining managers and employees.

Mt. 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.

The coronavirus crisis hit every community in the United States, but none more heavily than the New York City area, putting the city’s hospitals in the eye of the storm. Among these was the Mt. Sinai Hospital, located next to Central Park between 98th and 102nd Streets in Manhattan. Retail and patient dining services at Mount Sinai are operated by Compass One Healthcare, which faced not only feeding COVID-positive patients but also the busy, stressed staff.

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