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I was wondering if working in the kitchen at a Nursing Home is considered healthcare.?

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  • I was wondering if working in the kitchen at a Nursing Home is considered healthcare.?


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Answer #1 | 03/03 2017 03:09
No when I worked in a nursing home kitchen you had the cooks and dish washers and kid to stock the pantry and put food on trays. The trays were on a cart the nurses took to feed people. The dietitian made the menus so you cooked what they told you. It was a awful job for me, washing lunch dishes, cooking dinner. A girl came after school to put things away, put food on trays and do dinner dishes. Cooking for 70 people on different diets and foods they refused to eat. So you might cook for 55 the stuff on the menu then have to make something else for those who didn't eat pork or tomatoes or cheese or needed low salt or liquid diets. Food had to be ready when the nurses switched shifts so they had two shifts of nurses to feed the people. It was really hard learning things like you need to turn on the stove before you start chopping it takes an hour to warm up.
Answer #2 | 03/03 2017 03:02
No, it is not health care.
Answer #3 | 03/03 2017 02:57
Not for most things. Unless your duties include interacting with patients/residents as a caregiver, on a personal level.
Answer #4 | 03/03 2017 05:41
No, it is not.

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