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Dr. Henaro Sabino Now Seeing Patients at Harbin Clinic Ansley Park Pediatrics

Dr. Sabino will work alongside longtime friend and fellow medical student Dr. Melissa Davis, a Harbin Clinic Pediatrician. The physicians at Ansley Park Pediatrics offer primary care services for infants, children and adolescents through age 18. Their promise is to provide excellent health care and outstanding services by establishing ongoing relationships with patients and their families.

Local Physicians Recognized for Weight Management Expertise

Managing a healthy weight has long been recognized as a national issue. Now a healthy weight range is more easily attainable for the northwest Georgia community under the medical care of Drs. Poonam and Amar Singh of Harbin Clinic Singh Internal Medicine who have recently earned their Obesity Medicine Board Certifications from the American Board of Obesity Medicine (ABOM).

Harbin Sponsors RIFF Film with Alzheimer’s Disease Focus

Harbin Clinic is proud to announce its presenting sponsorship of “When All That’s Left is Love,” a film exploring that very topic at the Rome International Film Festival. The documentary film is slated for Saturday, November 9th at 1:30 at the Rome City Auditorium, and 30 percent of all ticket sales will go to Rome’s A Night to Remember organization which in turn supports the Alzheimer's Association. Tickets are on sale now at riffga.com/buy tickets.

Nature’s Designs on Display at New Harbin Clinic Gallery Exhibit

Harbin Clinic is proud to present the work of Bill Harbin at the Harbin Clinic Gallery at Makervillage in a new exhibit titled “Seeking Botany’s Design.” The show features Harbin’s most recent work that showcases the intricate detail of plants that we often overlook.The show opens on November 16th with a reception celebrating Harbin’s work.

Diagnosing joint injuries just got easier with tiny technology

Harbin Clinic Orthopedics Rome has recently introduced the mi-eye 2™ technology to the Rome area and is the first and only team in the region using this exciting new tool. The small arthroscope can be used to look directly at the injured area to diagnose the damage and determine the best course of treatment.