William Harvey Hospital food sparks debate
Fierce debate has been
prompted over the state of food at the William
Harvey, following a story in
last week’s Kentish Express.
We reported how Tom Wratten,
72, of Brabourne, had complained to the
hospital’s food supplier Serco
Group Plc, saying his wife Jean was served inedible food
during her three-day stay at the Ashford hospital.
Responses from readers have flooded
in, as people shared their views on the food they were served while
in the hospital.
Sisters Maureen and Lily Bowles
read the story and told us about their experience with “disgusting”
food, when both were hospitalised in December last year.
Maureen added: “I was admitted to
the hospital overnight with bronchitis, and was served a chicken
casserole. It was absolutely disgusting."
“It was like aeroplane food of the
"It was absolutely disgusting..." – Maureen Bowles
While the vast majority who
contacted us were critical of the hospital’s food, not everyone
Roger Rawlings said that during his
stay over the New Year week, the food was good.
He added: “I spent the whole
of New Year’s week in the William Harvey Hospital and I cannot
fault the care given to me, from the tea ladies, food
presenters, nurses, up to
For full story see the Kentish
Express, out tomorrow (Thursday).
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