Piedmont Hospital Passes Second Health Inspection

ATLANTA (WAOK)- Piedmont Hospital passed its second health inspection.

The hospital failed their inspection last week. The facility scored a 61 for patient food and a 68 for cafeteria. Inspectors said they found cleaning chemicals next to cooking oils, undercooked meat, and expired dairy items. The hospital’s Director of Nutrition and Food Services Mark Galvin said that he and his staff were upset by the scores. Galvin said he was not going to rest until the matter was corrected.

On Wednesday the hospital scored 89 for patient food and 95 for cafeteria food. In the past Piedmont Hospital has always passed. On one occasion the hospital scored a 99 out of a possible 100.

  • John P

    If a hospital specializing in patient care cannot pass a simple Health Inspection then they need to replace the person in charge immediately. This is embarassing to say the least. Professional managers need to be involved, looking, inspecting and making sure that the very highest standards are met each and every day and evey of the day. Find someone who is not afraid to roll up their sleeves and put them to work. The old person in charge should be terminated today…….

  • T Brooks

    I hope that the hospital’s patients were ok after eating the food.

  • Kb

    Health inspectors need to be ashamed for allowing 90 scores for years and then coming in for a slam

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