Brightly colored magnets placed outside on the patient door let nursing and food-service associates know that a food tray has been ordered, delivered and is still in the room. The magnet comes off when the food tray has been removed.
Information sheets slip into these clear acrylic stands and act as "bookends" for the restaurant-style or disposable menu. This double style is available in two sizes: the 5 x 7 horizontal or the 4 x 6 vertical. Each has two viewing sides, perfect for explaining your Room Service Program, informing the patient how to order [...]
These are useful information pieces that explain your Room Service Program to the patient and might include the following: information on specific diets, how the Room Service Program works, the program benefits, dining for the patient's guests, frequently asked questions, a list of websites with dietary information, and the survey that will be mailed when [...]
Folded stand-up information pieces that are patient specific come on the Room Service tray or are left on the patient's bedside table. With artwork coordinated with your Room Service menu and traycover, they provide a finished look while providing necessary information to the patient. Common messages might (1) remind the patient on insulin or a [...]