Adagio Health


Adagio Health provides health and wellness services to all women and their families with a focus on those in need.

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Family Planning/Gynecology/Prenatal Care/STD Testing & Prevention
Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program
Community Education Department
Nutrition Services
• Nearly 58,000 individuals in 23 counties are served annually by a network of care that includes 14 Adagio Health Medical offices and 42 subcontractor sites.
• Our patients come from vulnerable populations and for many we are their sole healthcare provider. 60% of our patients are at or below the federal poverty level. 41% have no public or private health insurance.
• Services at Adagio Health are provided regardless of insurance status or income and include:
• Gynecological exams and Pap tests
• Contraception
• Pregnancy testing
• Breast and cervical cancer screening
• Low-income, underinsured women can access breast and cervical cancer screening and related diagnostic services
through our Cancer Screening program.
• As the statewide administrator for the Pennsylvania Department of Health's HealthyWoman Program and the
administrator for the Mammogram Voucher Program for Susan G. Komen Pittsburgh, we help more than 11,000 women annually to obtain potentially life-saving cancer screening services.
• Youth in our community benefit from the prevention and outreach projects that address reproductive health and pregnancy prevention provided by Adagio Health. Classes are available in HIV/STD prevention and dating violence as well as tobacco, alcohol and other addictions such as gambling. The Community Education Department utilizes an evidence-based, comprehensive approach to sexuality education and healthy lifestyles. Each year, education is provided to audiences of young people totaling over 3,000.
• Monthly, more than 10,000 women and children on average access the WIC Supplemental Nutrition Program through Adagio Health. The program provides food vouchers, referrals and nutrition education to pregnant and breastfeeding women and children under the age of five.
• Students in 36 school districts are taught to eat healthy foods and have an active lifestyle through the Power Up program provided by Adagio Health. Funded by the Department of Agriculture, Power Up is provided at no cost to eligible schools.
• Adagio Health nutrition counseling services are available in select locations. Topics include diabetes management, weight management, cardiovascular health and prenatal nutrition.
• Annually, we assist in the prenatal delivery of nearly 300 patients.
• Last year, we assisted 202 individuals in smoking cessation through Adagio Health. Through our contract with the Department of Health, we had 181 face-to-face smoking cessation counseling services and 307 referrals of clients in the Quitline.

Did You Know? More than 170,000 women and children in Western Pennsylvania are served by Adagio Health each year through direct healthcare,preventive health education and nutrition programs.
Dear Adagio Health Staff-
Just a note to say that my heart thanks you very much. Because your ordered a sonogram in addition to my annual mammogram the technician was able to catch a small, non-aggressive cancer tumor early. My treatment consisted of a lumpectomy and 20 radiation sessions, along with a hormone blocking pill I will take for 5 years. Kudos to you for your insight and professionalism.

Just a note of thanks to you for helping me with a very stressful month of my life. With getting laid off after 13 years and losing my benefits I didn't know what I could do other than cancel my breast biopsy. When the Adagio Health team to me that they could help, I was so very grateful- it was one less thing I needed to worry about. I learned today, Friday February 16 that the lump is benign YEAH!!!!!