Medical Services of America Careers and Employment
Medical Services of America, Inc. (MSA) began providing Home Healthcare services in 1973 and we have grown to become one of the nation’s leading privately-owned home healthcare providers. MSA is based in Lexington, S.C. with a national scope that provides home care services throughout 13 states. We have offices located in Florida, Georgia, Indiana, – more...Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. Even with a widespread presence, MSA still has a local, small town appeal.
Every area of service is managed and staffed by qualified professionals, trained and experienced in their respective fields. This includes home health, hospice, home medical equipment and supplies, diabetic supplies, respiratory services, mail order supplies, nutrition therapy, assisted living, and a full service pharmacy.
All offices are company-owned, not franchised, to ensure the highest quality of home care available. MSA is widely recognized as a leader in the healthcare industry, reflecting our unwavering commitment to meeting performance standards. It is our mission to provide high-quality, comprehensive home healthcare services that support longevity in the patient’s home environment. It is our responsibility to ensure that all patients have knowledge and access to all health care resources available in their respective geographical areas. – less
What is it like to work at Medical Services of America?
Stuck in the old days
Written by Office (Former Employee) from Lexington, SC on June 27, 2020
Pays well below market rate for office position.. about 15-20% lower
Biggest complaints directly related to managers and some tenured staff:
--Backstabbing and lying with no repercussions
--Unwillingness to change and adapt to modern processes
A lot of the corporate office staff are nearing retirement after having - more...
Near an interstate exit so you could easily access the location
Stuck in old ways, pay was a slap in the face on top of being treated poorly
What do employees at Medical Services of America say about culture and work-life balance?
Patient care is not a priority
Written by Registered Nurse (Former Employee) from Irmo, SC on May 21, 2020
If you are a true patient advocate this is not the agency for you! Corporate management is loyal to one another. Orientation is promised but no follow through. When you don’t meet the expectations they forget that there was never proper training. Revenue generation is priority. Pay is not competitive, no annual increases, high benefit premiums. Work - more...