We’re excited about Kintegra’s collaboration with Optimum Result Gym and RAMS Kitchen on this program in Gastonia, helping kids live healthier lives! Check out the article this week in the Gaston Gazette:
Kintegra’s Dr. Katie Harknett, MD was recently featured in the NY Times for her work raising funds and critical support for the March of Dimes’ ‘March for Babies’ initiative.
Dr. Harkettt’s care for our communities extends far beyond the clinic walls, where she cares for children at Kintegra Pediatric Medicine i Statesville, NC. We are proud to call Dr. Harknett part of the Kintegra family of providers.
To see the feature, and to learn more about the March of Dimes’ March for Babies’ movement, click below:
NYT 12 19 2021 MoD
We are pleased to announce the newest addition to our family of practices: Kintegra Behavioral Health – Hickory, where doors opened to its first patients on Monday January 3rd 2022.
Similar to Kintegra’s Behavioral Health locations in Mocksville and Gastonia, KBH-Hickory will provide counseling services to children and adults. Its central Hickory location will also facilitate increased access to ongoing treatment and/or after-hours support for children enrolled in our school-based programs throughout Catawba County. Behavioral healthcare and support can extend to students’ family members as well. The site will serve as a hub for the many Kintegra behaviorists working in the Catawba County School districts.
In addition, KBH-Hickory will be a flagship BH site where Psychiatric Medication Management services will be provided by Ms. Kaitlyn Florence, PMHNP-BC and Ms. Janine Jolly, PMHNP-BC.
Check out KBH-Hickory at https://www.kintegra.org/kintegra-behavioral-health-hickory/