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At Mays, we take pride in the quality service that we provide our patients. If you have a passion for providing excellent care to patients, we want you to be part of our work family. Whether your field is nursing, therapy, personal care, administration, or marketing—at the end of the day, it is all about our patients that we get the honor of serving.

Mays services all of Oklahoma, Northeast Texas, Kansas, and we are growing every day! Come grow with us! We are committed to finding talented individuals to be a part of the foundation that we base our excellent services on.

We provide competitive pay, paid time off, paid holidays as part of PTO, insurance, and a great work environment. You provide the talent and dedication. Do you still need more to go on? Take a look at the below employee testimonials, and then click apply to join our amazing team today.


We believe in the individual success of each of our employees; therefore, we engage in a wide range of continuing education, clinical education, and other programs to support the personal/professional growth of our staff.

Upon hire, employees from clerical to clinical receive training that is individualized to their unique role within our progressive team of professionals.

For example:

Nursing staff will participate in a progressive onboarding program which includes live webinars and classroom training followed by Q&A sessions, preceptorship, and interval feedback from our education department throughout the orientation period. Our goal is to ensure that each nurse has a comprehensive understanding of their role prior to being released from education to ensure they possess all of the knowledge and tools necessary to be successful.

Our in-house therapists participate in a similar onboarding program under the supervision of our Director of Therapy Services. Therapists also participate in Web-based continuing education on vestibular rehabilitation, balance and fall prevention, documentation, and rehabilitation strategies for patients with chronic disease processes.

Our Certified Home Health aides are provided with 12 hours of in-service training per year to assist them in meeting certification requirements for their state.