Staff preparing food in the new innovative Kitchen.
Mount Sinai Hospital proudly unveils its revamped kitchen, a key area of transformation in the Renew Sinai project. As the first tray emerges from the renovated kitchen, it symbolizes a new era of patient-centric care.

Originally constructed in 1973, the kitchen has undergone a remarkable transformation and is now equipped to serve over 800 patient meals daily. With a focus on delivering high-quality, inclusive and personalized meals, the new kitchen boasts state-of-the-art equipment and is designed to adapt and expand with the hospital’s growth.

“With the inauguration of this modern kitchen, our goal is to emphasize wellness by providing healthy, wholesome, and nutritious meals to our patients. I am excited to witness how the renovation will elevate our patients’ experience during mealtime and contribute to their overall satisfaction with our hospital,” says Jessica Godin, Manager, Patient Food Services at Mount Sinai Hospital.

Watch the journey of the first food tray, from the new kitchen to the patient’s bedside:

Features of the new kitchen includes:

  • Modern, eco-friendly and energy efficient cooking equipment such as blast chillers and combination ovens
  • Upgraded technology to provide real time temperature reporting, enhance operational efficiencies and manage ingredient inventory to reduce waste
  • An Alternate Meal Prep Area to enable customized meals, and patients will have the ability to order individual food items to celebrate patient milestones