International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Nutrition Science | Saudi Arabia | Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018

Food Service in Hospital Technical in Singa (Sudan)

Eshraga Abdallah Ali Elneim [4]

Abstract: The study aimed to determine the nutrition services provided at Senga Teaching Hospital in Sudan. The selection of food service personnel consisted of 6 nutrition experts, 4 cooks and 2 workers. Method of the study: A questionnaire was prepared with information on the evaluation of the state of the food services provided at the hospital. The results of the study showed that the food service is supported by the Zakat office in the city of Sana'a. Simple monthly financial support is not enough for all hospital departments. The catering service is reduced in the children's room only. The number of beneficiaries has reached 50 children per day, depending on the food cooked, which consists of vegetables, beans, lentils, meats, rice, salads and fruits that do not serve. The menu includes three meals a day for children in the common dormitory. The kitchen is described as traditional and lacks health controls and low educational level of cooking, which affects the safety of the food provided. In the hospital, there is a shortage of food, a large number of patients visiting the children's wing, lack of facilities in the hospital. The study produced recommendations that decision makers can use to plan future nutrition services in the hospital, including the generalization of nutrition services to all clinics in the hospital, the allocation of a portion of the budget to support food services, and the need for educational and educational institutions to improve food services at Sanga Hospital. It is important to conduct regular reviews to identify gaps in food services in hospitals.

Keywords: Food services, patients, Teaching Hospital, singa Sudan

Edition: Volume 7 Issue 11, November 2018,

Pages: 609 - 612

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