Chiropractic services at Kintegra are coordinated with the organization’s well-established integrated Primary Medical and Behavioral Health care programs and more.
Kintegra Health has added Community Resource Advocates (CRA) to our Family Medicine practices. The CRA staff is dedicated to providing free enrollment assistance, and referral support to all patients, staff and community partners we serve.
Kintegra’s Diabetes Education and Support Services provide diabetes education, training and support for people with diabetes to facilitate behavior change and patient empowerment based on individual patient-centered goals.
HealthNet Gaston (HNG) is dedicated to providing access to affordable healthcare for low-income, uninsured Gaston County residents with chronic medical conditions
Kintegra’s staff Community Resource Advocates (CRA) are available free of charge to assist with enrollment, exemptions and understanding your individual health insurance options.
Kintegra provides medical and dental services and behavioral health counseling to more HIV infected patients than any other primary care provider in Gaston County.
The Medication Assistance Program (MAP) helps patients without insurance and who financially qualify, gain access to free medicines through the various pharmaceutical manufacturers indigent patient assistance programs. This program is offered at all Kintegra practices.
PACE of the Southern Piedmont is a PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly), Program in Charlotte NC. Senior Total Life Care is a PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly), Program in Gastonia, NC.
All Kintegra Family Medicine and behavioral health services locations offer pre-exposure prophylaxis, and our Medical Case Managers can answer your PrEP questions and more.
Kintegra’s Population Health and Case Management services identify patient populations within Kintegra and focus on enhancing quality, providing resources and improving health outcomes.
Kintegra is committed to addressing the higher health risks that arise from low incomes, lower literacy skills, higher rates of mental illness and substance abuse, and the lack of resources for housing, good nutrition, transportation, and family support.
The Workplace Wellness program partners with employers, enabling them to tailor a self-funded health care program to optimize employees’ health and the company’s resources.