German Orthopaedics Hospital, The K Hotel sign catering agreement

German Orthopaedics Hospital, The K Hotel sign catering agreement

Manama : The German Orthopaedics Hospital and The K Hotel has signed a catering agreement to provide breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack and dinner to the patients. As per the agreement, The K Hotel will serve patients with the best-in-class food, three times a day including a light meal in the afternoon.  

 “We are delighted to be partnered with German Orthopaedics Hospital. We believe that nutrition starts with the use of quality ingredients and the utilization of the best methods of cooking. Our culinary services will have fresh foods and will prepare food from scratch to maintain the quality,” Faisal Khalid Kanoo, owner of The K Hotel, said.

 “We at the GOH offer patient-centred healthcare and our care is coordinated and focused on the quality. Our staff work closely with the patients to achieve this every day, right from ordinary care to the most critical needs. I am very much positive that agreement with The K-Hotel will enhance patient experience with the quality of foods they serve to our patients,” Medical Director Dr Heiner Abel said.

He further added that the mission of the GOH is to constantly improve the health and well-being of the patients in a safe environment, driven by quality healthcare and supported by excellence. The K Hotel Owner Faisal Khalid Kanoo, The K-Hotel Manager Volker Mandlowsky, Managing and Medical Director Dr Heiner Abel, Chief Operation Officer Stefan James MacMillan Skrzywanek, Quality and Risk Manager Alicja Zadworna and other hospital and hotel staffs, attended the signing ceremony held at the hospital premises.




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