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Congratulations to Donyel Barber, Kintegra’s Community Centered Health Coordinator the 2021 Duke Citizenship & Service Award recipient. The Award recognizes individuals or groups who make a difference in their communities or places of work by using their time, talents, and compassion to positively impact the lives of others.

Donyel was honored at the GBA’s 2021 Annual Meeting & Celebration Friday Dec 3 2021.

We are so proud of Donyel and her continued contribution to the communities we serve.

Congratulations to Dr. Donigan, Kintegra’s Chief Dental Officer, who has received the National Network for Oral Health Access (NNOHA) prestigious John McFarland Leadership Award 2021.

The John McFarland Leadership Award, one of the NNOHA annual Outstanding Contribution Awards, recognizes an exemplary individual or organization for leadership and noteworthy initiative in promoting the development of community-oriented oral health to the underserved.

The Award ceremony took place at the  NNOHA Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX.  To learn more about the NNOHA and the Outstanding Contribution Awards, visit:  https://nnoha.org/events/annual-awards/.

We are proud to announce the September 20 opening of our newest Family Medicine practice:  Kintegra Family Medicine – Mocksville, co-located with the Davie County Department of Health & Human Services.  Learn more here

Kintegra has received the following HRSA Community Health Center Quality Recognition (CHCQR)  awards for Program Year 2020.

HRSA provides the CHQR badges recognize Health Center Program awardees that have made notable quality improvement achievements in the areas of access, quality, health equity, and health information technology for the most recent UDS reporting period. Additionally, COVID-19 badges were introduced to recognize health centers’ contributions to the public health emergency response in the areas of data collection, testing, and vaccinations

We are very proud to again be recognized for these Quality initiatives.

To see full Program 2020 Awardee information, and data, click:  https://data.hrsa.gov/tools/data-reporting/program-data?grantNum=H80CS00293

R.A.M.S. Kitchen was in the news 9/5/2021 – the segment highlights the initiative and its successes in the highland community


Kintegra is proud to open the doors of  Kintegra Pediatric Medicine – Shelby!

This new addition sees the  integration of Pediatric Associates of Cleveland County (PACC)  into the Kintegra family of practices.

Dr. Ahmed and her PACC team, Kaitlin Roberts (PSR), Melissa Dzwonkowski (MA) and Alyse Treece (MA) are joined by Haley Angel, FNP-C.  The practice will continue the excellent care for Dr. Ahmed’s existing patients, while providing access to care for more children in the community.  Behavioral Health services will also be provided.

ncIMPACT,  a UNC TV (now called PBS NC) show, aired their Episode 7, at 7:30pm Friday 21, 2021:  Improving Healthcare Access & Outcomes.

Anita Brown-Graham talks with experts about improving healthcare access and outcomes by tackling upstream issues like Access to nutritious food, physical activity, job status. The Healthier Highland initiative in Gaston County is highlighted— demonstrating what can be achieved with strong community collaboration.

Here is a recording of the program!

About ncIMPACT:

ncIMPACT examines issues around our state including education, jobs, healthcare, and others. Host Anita Brown-Graham and her team from the UNC School of Government bring the listening, learning and leading that create conversations, going into the communities that are tackling these problems head on. Talking to the people on the ground, Brown-Graham identifies ways in which they are positively affecting others and making changes, while examining if these innovative solutions can be applied in other communities across the state.

PBS North Carolina is partnering with the UNC School of Government, with sponsorship by Civic Federal Credit Union, for this compelling series.


Promoting Pediatric Primary Prevention (P4) Challenge: Phase 1 Winners

Kintegra Health has been selected by HRSA as one of the  Phase 1 Winners of the Promoting Pediatric Primary Prevention (P4) Challenge. MCHB (Maternal & Child Health Bureau)  received more than 240 submissions from teams across the nation, including nearly 200 cities, 44 states, and Puerto Rico. They proposed a range of innovations to increase access to and utilization of well-child visits and/or immunizations in primary care settings. Their panel of Expert Advisors and Federal Judges was incredibly impressed with the strength of the submissions.

The panel chose 50 Phase 1 Winners to receive a $10,000 cash prize and move forward to Phase 2 of the Challenge.

Kintegra was selected for the submission entitled:  Vaccine and Well Child Check Outreach Strategies

The winners represent:




In Phase 2, competitors will deploy their proposed innovations. Up to 20 of the Phase 1 winners will then win a $25,000 cash prize.

See the list of Phase 1 Winners.

Learn more about HRSA’s P4 Challenge

R.A.M.S., an acronym for Really Amazing Meals with Soul, has brought fast food with a healthy twist to the Highland Community. Part of the Healthy Highland Collaborative, the kitchen operates out of the Third Street Presbyterian Church at 605 N. Highland St.  See R.A.M.S in the news  here

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