HCSC is comprised of HCSC-Laundry, HCSC-Group Purchasing and Miller-Keystone Blood Center, in addition to HCSC-Enterprises, which serves as the management arm of the organization.
During Lee's tenure, HCSC-Laundry grew from serving approximately 15 health care facilities from one Laundry plant to serving more than 400 health care facilities out of five Laundry plants. Last year, HCSC-Laundry processed more than 120 million pounds in healthcare textiles.
During this same time frame, Miller-Keystone Blood Center grew from serving eight regional hospitals to serving 25 hospitals in 12 Pennsylvania and New Jersey counties. Last year, the blood center scheduled nearly 124,000 donors, collecting more than 104,000 units of blood, which were processed into more than 185,000 blood products.
The board of directors has begun the search for a successor by retaining Korn/Ferry International and anticipates having the new president and CEO in place in time for Lee's retirement.