Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital
1540 Maple Road
Williamsville, NY 14221
- (716) 568-3685
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Good health starts with good nutrition. Millard Fillmore Suburban’s Nutrition Services department provides a complete program while taking into consideration patients' preferences and dietary needs to ensure proper nutrition during hospitalization.
Patient Meal Service
Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital is pleased to feature the At Your Request Room Service Dining Program, a unique patient dining experience similar to a hotel’s room service.
What makes this program special is the ability to order from the restaurant-style menu and select “What You Want – When You Want It” anytime between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., as long as food choices conform to physicians' orders. A room service operator is available to assist with meal selections and to answer any questions that may arise.
Each meal is freshly prepared, and delivered to the patient's room within 45 minutes; no more designated meal times or having to decide what to eat one or two days ahead of time!
Families can also assist with orders by calling (716) 859-5400 from anywhere outside the hospital.
Guest Trays are also available for patients and families to dine together. Vouchers for Guest Meals can be purchased in the cafeteria.
Family and Visitor Services
The Café is open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Choices include the day’s featured soups, salads, and entrée selections, sandwiches from the SubConnection, or freshly made personal pizzas from Pete’s Arena. “Grab and Go” selections of sandwiches and salads are available for those on the go.
A variety of coffee, drinks, bottled beverages and snack items are also available.
Clinical Nutrition Services
During a hospital stay, nutrition is important in helping the body heal and recover from illness or injury. Millard Fillmore Suburban's team of Registered Dietitians is on site daily to take care of patients' nutritional needs. Doctors or nurses can request a consult with a dietitian if concerns about a patient's nutritional health arise. Dietitians also work with doctors and nurses to provide the best possible nutritional care for patients needing IVs or feeding tubes, for those who have a health condition that requires special diet changes, or for those needing special diet education.