25-years and counting: RS&A, Inc. is a team of incredible people doing incredibly unrecognizable acts to make a difference in people’s lives. Our past has enabled us to have a lasting and positive impact on the radiotherapy community.
For 25-years, RS&A Inc’s focus has been unwavering: helping clients deliver quality patient care when it’s needed most. Founded in March 1995 by Carl Hill and Kenneth Wolff, RS&A has grown from humble roots to become a leading independent supplier to the radiation therapy industry. Currently, RS&A serves four business lines: service, parts sales, equipment sales, and equipment installation and removal, with 40 + employees across 19 states.
One Sales Guy + One Engineer + One [Trusting] First Client
Carl secured a contract with Billie Hall, Director of Oncology, at Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte, NC – quick side note = we are proud to say that they are still a client 25+ years later. Kenneth would be RS&A’s first engineer, and both Carl Hill and Kenneth Wolff set up shop in Statesville, NC, which would serve as RS&A’s headquarters for four years. As business grew, the need for a larger office and a larger parts warehouse led the founders to Rural Hall, NC (just outside of Winston-Salem, NC) where a new building was secured. Rural Hall, NC remains RS&A’s headquarters today.
Carl’s vision on what it meant to be trusted as a service provider defined who we were, who we are, and who we are still striving to become. His fingerprints will always be a part of our culture and vision – patient focused, quality driven, fair and equitable treatment of everyone. In 2006, Kenneth Wolff assumed leadership of RS&A after Carl Hill retired. As RS&A’s longest serving employee and co-founder, Kenneth carries on the tradition of excellence started by his friend, Carl Hill. During Kenneth’s years as CEO, RS&A continues to develop valued business relationships, to attract talented employees, and to invest in training and technology to better serve its mission.
Today, RS&A remains a private, wholly owned service provider within the U.S. and global parts supplier. This is important as we are accountable to our people, our clients, and their patients – not stakeholders or investors. We continue to advance our capabilities, investing in people, equipment, parts, and software to change the way service is delivered. We have been fortunate enough to have expanded our relationships in this industry across 19 states and over 70 cancer treatment facilities (…and counting). Cheers to the first 25-years and looking forward to the next…