Tertiary Care Centers
UNC Health Care is a major referral center for Piedmont Health. We partner closely on the Carolina Health Net program to better manage the needs of the low-income, uninsured population of our shared service area. The program provides a medical home at Piedmont Health and offers an innovative care management model, with specialty care provided by UNC. Piedmont Health also provides facility space for operations of the UNC Student Health Action Committee (SHAC) Free Clinic.
Piedmont Health partners with ARMC for specialty care for its patients and several projects to improve care of the medically under served populations, including development of Piedmont Health’s Piedmont Health SeniorCare Program with funding from The Duke Endowment, and operations of ARMC’s Open Door Free Clinic of Alamance County.
Support from the BCBSNC Foundation has been instrumental in enabling several Piedmont Health initiatives, including the development of the Piedmont Health SeniorCare program, a strategic brand marketing project, a safety-net dental care technical assistance program, and a collaboration with UNC to embed a cardiologist in a primary care practice. Please take a listen to this wonderful audio clip from BCBSNC Foundation’s 2010 Annual Report: “From The Ground Up – Health Changes Taking Root in NC“, and hear about access to affordable healthcare through Piedmont Healthcare’s medical home.
Piedmont Health is current grantee of the Trust, which supports its Diabetes Management program.
Piedmont Health is pleased to be a frequent recipient of funding from this important community foundation for our primary care services.
Piedmont Health collaborates with the following chambers of commerce in order to assist chamber-member business owners who cannot afford health insurance for their workers. Piedmont Health provides primary care services to uninsured workers at an affordable cost:
State & Local Government
Piedmont Health is a member of Central Carolina Community Care Medicaid network, and additionally operates a migrant/seasonal farm worker outreach program funded by theNCORHCC’s Farmworker Health Program.
With Title X funds provided through the Latino Family Planning Demonstration and Long Term Contraception grants, Piedmont Health provides approximately 140 under/uninsured women with free access to long-term contraception methods each year.
Piedmont Health partners with health department leaders to offer a primary care home to refugees from Myanmar (formerly known as Burma).
Piedmont Health is fortunate to receive funds for its primary care services for the under served through the Human Services Agency funding stream.