We are pleased to announce the transition of CLECO Primary Care practices to Kintegra!
Effective July 5th, the CLECO Primary Care practices in Shelby, Kings Mountain and Fallston begin operations as part of the Kintegra Family of practices in Cleveland County.
We look forward to welcoming the CLECO clinical and support team to our family. The transition will allow us to continue to deliver high quality care for existing and new patients, while also offering services such as behavioral health care and more connections to community resources.
Note: If you have outstanding balances relating to any visits prior to July 1, 2022, to pay your bill, please call 704 480 1087.
For information and to make an appointment, visit:
Kintegra Family Medicine – Shelby
Kintegra Family Medicine – Kings Mt WEST
Kintegra Family Medicine – Fallston
Check out these recorded on-demand Webcasts!
Advances in HIV Treatment: Access and Adherence in Federal & Public Health Settings | 1.0-hour CME/CE | On-Demand Webcast Series
With rapid advances in HIV treatment options and guidelines, providers are challenged to stay current and deliver the best care for diverse and underserved patients. In this on-demand webcast, HIV experts from federal and public health settings present the latest treatment guidelines and clinical trial data. Faculty also share their own clinical experiences and best practices.
Don’t miss this opportunity to:
– Apply new evidence and guidelines to challenging real-world clinical cases
– Discover strategies to support equitable access and improved adherence among diverse patients
– Align institutional practices in public healthcare settings, including Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), with updated HIV guidelines
– Differentiate new and emerging antiretroviral therapies (ART)
– Tailor HIV treatment strategies based on patient-specific factors
Advances in HIV Prevention: Engagement and Persistence in Federal & Public Health Settings | 1.0-hour CME/CE | On-Demand Webcast Series
New advances in pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) are poised to transform HIV prevention, and providers in public and federal health settings must stay informed to deliver the best care to diverse and underserved patients. Listen to this webcast to hear from HIV experts as they:
– Review new evidence and guidelines on HIV prevention
– Navigate case-based challenges surrounding PrEP initiation and monitoring, as well as patient engagement and adherence
-Share clinical pearls and lessons from the field