Lutheran Services Carolinas (LSC) continues to grow.
LeadingAge and Ziegler released the LZ 200 report on 10-24-21. The report profiles, compares, and analyzes trends related to the 200 largest multi-site nonprofit senior services organizations in the United States.
LSC rose in the rankings again this year due to internal growth and to consolidation within the LZ 200. LSC remains the largest LZ 200 member in the Carolinas. LSC moved to #57 from #61 in total units at 1368, and moved to #30 from #31 in skilled nursing units with 732. Because of its structure, the LZ 200 does not include child and family services and some of LSC’s other collaborations.
“LSC’s continued growth and stability is attributable to passionate, dedicated leaders across the organization, including the members of the Board of Trustees, every one of the 1,800 LSC teammates, and many other stakeholders,” said LSC President Ted Goins. “That growth and stability even in difficult times allows LSC to fulfill its mission to current residents/clients and more residents/clients.”