Food & Nutrition
Food for a healthy you.
Whether you are a senior citizen or disabled person needing meal assistance, a hungry patient in Memorial Hospital, or a visitor in the hospital Café, the chefs and staff in the Food & Nutrition department can assist you.
Our team plans and prepares meals for seniors and disabled individuals served by our Memorial Meals program. The healthy and delicious menus are developed by a registered dietitian.
Union County residents who are unable to prepare meals, are over the age of 60, and have restricted mobility or transportation may qualify for Mobile Meals, which are delivered to their homes on weekdays. Supplemental Meals are available to Union County residents under the age of 60 who have a disability, for which a physician prescription is required. For eligibility requirements, call (937) 578-2445, Monday through Friday, 6:30am – 3pm.
Our staff prepares and serves lunches on weekdays for seniors at locations in Marysville, Richwood, and Plain City. You must be over the age of 60, or the spouse of someone over the age of 60, and will need to make a reservation by 9:30am on each day you plan to attend. Guests are welcomed at a cost of $4.50 per person, or $2.50 for children under age ten.
Locations for Community Meals, served Monday through Friday (except for major holidays):
- Windsor Manor West
- Richwood Civic Center
- Pleasant Valley Senior Center
Monday through Friday, 8am – 4:30pm