Our goal at MSA Employee Health Service is to protect and promote the highest degree of health and welfare of the individual employee and to help maintain the utmost level of work interests and productivity. This goal is achieved through a professional process of risk identification, management and prevention, and by providing the most comprehensive and specialized health service for the employees, employers, families and the community.
MSA Employee Health Service provides specialized health services to employees, staff, executives, contracted employees and volunteers working in industries, government agencies, hospitals, nursing homes, medical and dental practices and private businesses.
MSA Services are usually structured specific to work tasks, exposures and health status of the individuals. They take into consideration the standards of medical practice and compliance with mandated regulations and government guidelines such as OSHA, Department of Health, EPA, Civil Service Laws, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Worker's Compensation, and Labor-Management agreements.
MSA Employee Health Services include the following health care functions:
Our services are provided by board certified physicians in Internal Medicine and Occupational Medicine (Preventive Medicine) and a licensed professional staff including nurses, medical technologists and administrative staff. A group of health and safety specialists provide the field assessment and training support in all work safety areas, as needed, such as industrial hygiene, health and safety and infection control. A network of laboratories and facilities provide any needed testing for the individuals and/or the worksite(s).
EHS MSA is directed by Dr. Wajdy L. Hailoo, Professor of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Dr. Hailoo is aboard certified physician with fellowship training in pulmonary medicine and infectious disease and certification in pain management. While with Stony Brook University, Dr. Hailoo served as the Head of the Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine with the School of Medicine and as the Medical Director for the University Hospital Employee Health Service for over 15 years.
Through these roles, Dr. Hailoo directed, supervised and managed the clinical, teaching and research operations of Employee Health Service. He participated first hand in the various aspects of establishing policies, staff training, patient wellness and management, quality control, community outreach and interaction and representation of EHS at the highest level of the university and private clients. This experience, as well as prior work experience in four different countries, deems Dr. Hailoo as one of the experts in the field of health and safety.
Dr. Hailoo is currently the Medical Director for the World Trade Center Medical Monitoring and Treatment Program in Queens, New York as well as the President of Medical Service of America, a consulting and service provider professional corporation in the field of occupational, environmental and public health.
Medical Services of America, PC
210 Ronkonkoma Avenue
Ronkonkoma, New York 11779
Tel. (631) 780 - 6611
Medical Services of America, PC