Wednesday, 21 July 2010

PKL kitchen maintains dining for care home residents

A temporary kitchen facility from PKL has enabled Castle View care home in Salisbury to maintain a high standard of catering for its residents during a major refurbishment project. PKL worked with the home’s management team to ensure the temporary kitchen specification would enable ‘business as usual’.

Operated by Wessex Care, Castle View has 26 residents and a minimum of eight staff at any time. Many of the residents require high-dependency nursing with specialist dietary requirements, so this had an impact on the equipment specified for the temporary kitchen.

There were some major challenges in siting the temporary kitchen and PKL managed the whole project extremely well. They also gave our kitchen staff a very clear introduction to the equipment so the kitchen as up and running very quickly. We’ve never used a temporary kitchen before but I would certainly do it again because it makes the whole process much easier,” recalled Wessex Care's Matthew Airey.

More information regarding our range of solutions for the healthcare sector can be found by visiting the page below:
www.pkl.co.uk/foodservices/ind_healthcare.asp
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