About Adagio Health
For fifty years, Adagio Health has been providing health and wellness services and support in western Pennsylvania. Recently, the organizations operational footprint has expanded to include seven counties in West Virginia and five counties in southern New York. Adagio Health also manages the state-funded Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (BCCEDP) in 62 counties across the state of Pennsylvania.
Adagio Health can provide these services through funding from the State and Federal government, local foundation partners, and through partnerships with a variety of community partners and other funders, such as Susan G. Komen Greater Pennsylvania. Adagio Health currently owns and operates eight stationary medical offices and one mobile unit, and provides Title X, XX, and V funding to a wide network of health care providers. In addition to medical offices, Adagio Health is the Women, Infant & Childrens Food and Nutrition Service (WIC) service provider in five counties: Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Indiana, and Lawrence. Adagio Health's nutrition department also delivers Power Up, a SNAP-Ed nutrition education program, in eleven counties in western Pennsylvania.