Kintegra open at health department

Published 9:25 am Thursday, April 7, 2022

Kintegra is a health care organization with a patient-first integrated approach that focuses on whole-person care, without regard for the ability to pay.

Kintegra’s approach to medicine combines primary medical care and behavioral-health services in a family practice setting.

Kintegra opened the doors of Kintegra Family Medicine – Mocksville in September 2021 off Farmington Road at I-40, within the Davie Department of Health & Human Services, in collaboration with athe health department’s pediatric clinic.

The Kintegra team is led by providers Julie File, PA-C and Brittany Collins, LCSWA.

Collins is from Winston Salem. She graduated from the University of New England in 2020 with a master’s in social work.

She knows that an individual’s mental health is important to overall health and quality of life. Having close ties to Mocksville, she is excited to help provide the resources and break through barriers preventing those individuals from getting the behavioral health care they need. She can help children and adults with concerns such as mental health conditions such as PTSD, chronic depression, anxiety, and emotional health.

File.

File graduated from the University of South Carolina, and received her masters at George Washington University. She has been practicing PA for 24 years.

“I’m excited to provide care and medicine to our Mocksville community. I have a very easy and family style approach to truly help people in their wellness journey and to make sure they receive the care they need.” Julie can help adults with diabetic care, preventive care, well women care and hepatis C treatment.

To visit or make an appointment, call 704.874.3316

Kintegra Health is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) providing medical, behavioral health, dental care and pharmacy services in Alexander, Catawba, Cleveland, Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln and Mecklenburg counties. Medicaid, Medicare, commercial insurances, and self-pay patients are welcome.