July 2019 – Healthcare Linens Services Group’s (St. Charles, IL) is proud to announce Joseph LaPorta, CEO of Healthcare Linens Services Group, was recognized as one of the “Top 100 Healthcare Leaders” by the International Forum for Advancements in Healthcare (IFAH) for his many contributions in the healthcare industry. Joseph was recently awarded this honor during the association’s international assembly of executives and physicians.
July 2019 – Healthcare Linen Services Group, a leading provider of linen management services to the healthcare and hospitality industries, recently joined TRSA, the association for linen, uniform and facility services, to establish a strategic partnership across the company’s premier regional brands including Logan’s Healthcare Linens, Logan’s Uniform Rentals, Superior Health Linens, and Textile Care Services.
May 2019 – Superior Health Linen’s (Batavia, IL), a division of Healthcare Linen Services Group (Batavia, IL), Customer Service team participated in the annual Wisconsin Association of Textile Services (WATS) (Milwaukee, WI) Milwaukee Brewers baseball game against the Cincinnati Reds. The event was geared for laundries and vendors throughout Wisconsin to network with vendors creating relationships that help all to succeed in this market.
April 2019 – Healthcare Linen Services Group rebrands image with new logo and launches new website. The new logo reflects continued growth for the company and incorporates all regional brands in an integrated yet unique view that preserves the legacy of quality, efficiency and innovation. The new website illustrates the brand’s expansive geographical footprint, product breath and turn-key services available. This site will continue to allow customers, employees and job seekers an easy-to-use avenue to communicate with the group companies. “We are excited to have developed an integrated business model in which allows our linen group companies to benefit from being a part of a much larger entity but at the same time preserves the legacy and uniqueness of their regional brand,” stated Joseph LaPorta, CEO of HLSG.
February 2019 – Healthcare Linen Services Group (HLSG) (Batavia, IL) launches a company profile on LinkedIn, a highly-used online network for professionals connecting employees, customers and industry leaders. LinkedIn allows access for HLSG to recruit, sell services, gain industry insights, view company updates, and more. To follow HLSG on LinkedIn, visit www.linkedin.com.
November 2018 – Logan’s Uniform Rentals (Shelbyville, KY) invests in a four-star quality assurance program to provide a state-of-the-art tracking system to all of our customers.
November 2018 – UMF Corporation (Skokie, IL) teamed with Logan’s Healthcare Linens (Shelbyville, KY) to deliver high performance training to almost 20 hospitals and surgical centers in the Midwest.
October 2018 – The Board of HLSG has appointed Joseph LaPorta as President, Chief Executive Officer, and Board Director of Healthcare Linen Services Group (Batavia, IL). Joseph will oversee all aspects of Healthcare Linen Services Group along with all 4 divisions, Logan’s Healthcare Linens (Shelbyville, KY), Logan’s Uniform Rentals (Shelbyville, KY), Superior Health Linens (Batavia, IL), and Textile Care Services (Rochester, MN). As CEO, Joseph LaPorta will be charted to lead the organization through its next phase of growth.
December 2017 – The Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN) signs a 20-year contract with Textile Care Services (TCS, Rochester, MN). TCS’s linen services were attractive to the Mayo Clinic because of the partnership TCS shares within the Healthcare Linen Services Group (Batavia, IL) which includes Superior Health Linens (Illinois and Wisconsin) and Logan’s Healthcare Linens (Shelbyville, KY). This extends the Mayo Clinic’s vast laundry needs to larger out-sourced facilities.
December 2017 – Paul Jewison, VP of Engineering of Healthcare Linen Services Group (Batavia, IL) and General Manager of Textile Care Services (TCS) (Rochester, MN) co-developed new technology and implemented it in the TCS laundry facility. The new technology, Smart Ultraviolet Light Advanced Oxidation System (SULAOS), uses a series of UV lights to create ozone to charge the washer water. That water then runs through a separate set of tubes with another collection of bulbs for a larger blast of UV light. This in turn disinfects and cleans soiled sheets, towels, and other linens – using less water and chemicals.