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Improve Patient and Employee Quality of Life

The world’s most noble work also receives the most critical eye. The work and unsung details in healthcare not only affect the quality of life for millions, but can also mean life or death. From the food that is served, to the cleanliness of the halls, the quiet details are where we shine.

Go Above and Beyond

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Save Lives with Infection Control

In addition to the impact on mortality and morbidity, high infection rates increase costs of care (longer lengths of stay) and trigger penalties from Medicare and Medicaid. Hospital rating websites impact reputations by publicizing and contextualizing data. Do more to keep your patients and hospital safe by combining tools and technology with research and real outcomes to prevent infections.

Keep patients safe with Protecta

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Treat Food as Therapy

The right foods can keep your healing on course and supply your body with the nutrients it needs. Our comprehensive nutrition management system ensures delicious meals appropriate to an individual patient’s treatment, nutritional needs, allergies, and lifestyle choices.

Serve individualized meals with Patient Dining

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Keep your Equipment Up and Running

Your medical equipment diagnoses, monitors and treats your patients. Ensure that your devices are functioning optimally whenever your clinicians need them, and properly stored and disinfected after they use them.

Streamline with Clinical Engineering

Sodexo RD Makes an Impact at South Nassau Communities Hospital

Sodexo Registered Dietitian Nicole Roach helps patients at South Nassau Communities Hospital understand how nutrition can improve their health. Her leadership with South Nassau’s Cardiac Wellness Program, working with former patients to develop healthy diets, has helped the hospital reduce its patient re-admission rate. Roach appreciates that her work impacts people’s lives.

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Advocating for Hispanic Leadership In Healthcare Cultural Competence

By 2043, the majority population in the US will be comprised of racial and ethnic minorities. There is a gap in healthcare leadership for building much-needed cultural competencies to address the imminent shifts in patient demographics. This paper provides guidance on how to cultivate Hispanic leadership within your healthcare organization and offers solutions for overcoming cultural barriers. 

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