New! Integrated Health Care Program, Now for Ages 16 and Up

InteGreat Health

One Body, One Mind, One You!

We have joined together with Lamprey Health Care and have introduced our newest health care program!

We are excited to announce our brand new collaborative health care program, InteGreat Health, designed to make primary care and behavioral health services more accessible for our clients.  The InteGreat Health program is dedicated toward delivering the best health outcomes for patients with multiple healthcare needs.  By integrating primary care, mental health and substance use disorder services, we have made being healthy even more convenient.

Greater Nashua Mental Health clients ages 16 and older will now be able to schedule an appointment to receive primary health care services right in our building at 7 Prospect Street, where many of our behavioral health services are already being delivered.  In addition, Lamprey Health Care patients will have access to our mental health and substance use disorder services for their patients who would benefit from this coordinated care program.

Whether patients decide to be seen in the primary care office or the behavioral health care setting, they will enjoy the combined benefits of:

  • After-hours nurse call service
  • 24-hour behavioral health crisis intervention
  • Improved access to appointment scheduling
  • On-site pharmacy and lab services
  • Coordination of care between agency providers
  • Timely substance use disorder referrals

We know that good health includes both mind and body.  InteGreat Health is our commitment to treating both the mind and the body, making it easier to receive care and helping you achieve your best possible “whole person” health!

To learn more, ask your GNMH provider.  Or call our Integrated Care Case Manager at (603) 402-1525.

To make an appointment, call (603) 402-1501.

The InteGreat Health program is part of a collaborative effort of the greater Nashua region Integrated Delivery Network (IDN 3).   Integrated Delivery Networks in NH are part of a first in the country project funded by a waiver from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. The purpose of the IDNs are to conduct demonstration projects to “Build Capacity for Transformation.”  The project will go through 2020 and are focused on building a stronger healthcare workforce, increasing training and support for the workforce, and expanding health information technology (HIT).

NH’s IDN is divided into seven regions. Greater Nashua Mental Health Center is part of Region 3, the Greater Nashua Region. The regions are working to implement evidence supported projects around three areas:

  • Mental health and substance use disorder treatment-capacity building
  • Integration of physical and behavioral health care
  • Improving transitions of care across settings