In October 1989, President George Bush announced the first annual “National Health Care Food Service Week,” to observe the contributions of professionals in the health care food service industry. The week of observation reaches out to professionals such as chefs, dieticians, and food service volunteers who not only keep waistlines in check, but who provide delicious and health conscious meals for health care facility patients and staff.
From the preparation to the delivery of foods in hospitals and other healthcare facilities, these professionals often work behind the scenes, but play an integral role in the nourishment of staff and patients. For those that go above and beyond to make sure that everyone’s dietary needs are met, “National Health Care Food Service Week” recognizes the extent of their culinary contributions to patient care.
ePromos can help you show appreciation for Health care food service professionals at your work and in your community with personalized gifts to fit the occasion. Consider personalized plaques, statuettes, custom plaques, and custom lapel pins in order to recognize these individuals with a promotional gift of appreciation that they can use while they work hard for our Health care facilities!
For some other great promotional opportunities, check out our promotional calendar.