as a ctca patient, pricsilla greeted me with concern as to my trip and welcoming me etc. she and her front staff went above and beyond....breakfast was great as ctca gave the voucher...but i wouldnt
spend 11 bucks on what was provided.....fyi...as a main center for ctca patients you might provide a 24/7 soup salad type of setup..those coming back from outpatient surgery want to rest and sip soup and eat healthy...and your vend area provides some of the usual...cookies candy and frozen burritos etc..
pricilla has some excellent ideas on trying to accomodate patients and thier needs, cookies and brownies and some limited fresh free fruit are great, but when your are a cancer patient, eating the fats sugars etc..not good...like i said a 24/7 soup access without charging arm and leg for it...try fresh baked breads and biscuits warm from the oven
carbs are a great nausua reducer as well as the broth and soup products...just fyi....you grill was overpriced and these people dont have tons of bucks to utilize it and the biggest complaint i heard was...we need better food choices in house vs having to hit up the fast food joints..hard to care for your puking patient and find them something soothing to eat...i am sure that type of stuff can be worked out with ctca for availability of food/services/baking etc...yoiu do have a kitchen there for hotel...but need a small kitchen for patients to be able to cook and serve themselves caregiveers healthier options especially out of surgery/treatments when protein and hydration and sickness control is of utmost importance...check with pricilla at the front desk she has tons of ideas and just needs to know how to get a communication going w/your main peeps and ctca for implemntation...i myself would have liked to have been able to make my own salad bar type with a soup...you have the hot/cold tables ...utilize them more for your guests the majority being sick [Less]