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Crown Health Care Laundry Services just added a fifth processing plant in Bishopville, South Carolina to our line of linen processing facilities!
Like all our other owned-and-operated processing facilities in the southeast, this state-of-the-art, 60,000-square-foot, two-tunnel operation will be both TRSA Hygienically Clean and HLAC certified. Our new plant will exclusively provide healthcare linen processing and rental linen services to customers in Northern Georgia, Southern North Carolina and the entire state of South Carolina!
We employ only the latest accredited laundry processing technologies in our plants to ensure our customers receive the highest quality linens available in the industry. We make sure to abide by the strict standards set in place for healthcare linen and laundry services. This ensures that we deliver safely sanitized linen and the best quality services to our customers every time. We take the linens off your hands so you have time to focus on what matters most: your healthcare practice.
Our goal at our new plant, and at all our facilities, is to provide you with the highest quality linens, always in a timely, reliable, and cost-effective manner. Linen is often overlooked but is an essential part of keeping your business running smoothly. This simple philosophy has enabled us at Crown Health Care Laundry Services to achieve our current level as a five-plant operator.
Crown Health Care Laundry Services offers linen rental and linen management programs to a variety of healthcare facilities. Whether you’re looking to rent or launder, we can help your business secure the linens it needs to function to its full potential.
For more information on how Crown can assist your healthcare facility, please fill out the contact form on our website for a free quote. Or, give us a call at 844-383-7500! Our service representatives will be able to answer any of your questions.
We have seven processing facilities spanning Florida, Georgia,
Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and South Carolina.