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Textile rental leader wins Radiology Ltd contract
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Mar '10
Mission Linen Supply, a leader in textile rental and buy direct programs, announced that it has been awarded an exclusive two-year contract by Radiology Ltd. of Tucson. Under this arrangement Mission Linen will be the sole provider of health care linens, surgical scrubs, and patient hospital gowns for all Radiology Ltd. facilities.

Radiology Ltd. is one of the largest physician-owned group practices in Tucson and has been providing diagnostic imaging services for more than seventy years. Locally owned and operated, Radiology Ltd. offers nine imaging centers to patients across southern Arizona, with more than 45 board certified radiologists.

''This is a significant relationship for us, and we are proud to partner with a company known for offering superior service and quality medical care,'' said Mark Goldstein, Mission Linen Supply's account representative. ''We will bring our deep experience meeting rigorous health care standards, along with the benefits of being locally operated. As their neighbor in southern Arizona, we are excited to work with Radiology Ltd. to provide the best quality service and care to patients in this region,'' he added.

Mission Linen Supply is Southern Arizona's only commercially approved facility for processing health care linen. In addition to Radiology Ltd., the company provides health care related products and services to other locally run medical facilities, such as Tucson Gastroenterology, Campus Health Service (University of Arizona), Indian Health, Labcorp (32 locations in Tucson and Phoenix), Center For Neuroscience and Imaging Center, Nextcare, Urgent Care Associates, and Arizona Institute of Urology.

“In our effort to provide top quality radiology services, we are happy to partner with an expert like Mission Linen Supply. We believe that Mission Linen's local presence in Tucson will provide the convenience and assurance we require to offer best-in-class service to our patients,” said Chip Hardesty, Executive Director of Radiology Ltd.

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