The phrase “hospital food” used to be synonymous with gelatin and mystery meat, but the competition for fast-casual and upscale restaurant brands in urban hospitals is intensifying as patients and visitors raise their expectations of the health care experience. Northwestern Memorial Hospital in downtown Chicago completed a 70,000-square-foot dining and retail space in late November called “Shop & Dine Northwestern,” which includes local fast-casual brands with a ...
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