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Dr. J. Ryland Scott Receives Frist Humanitarian-Physician Award

On Friday, June 21, Dr. J. Ryland Scott of Harbin Clinic General Surgery Rome and Bariatrics Rome was named the national recipient of the First Humanitarian-Physician Award at the HCA Healthcare Awards of Distinction. During the ceremony in Nashville, Dr. Scott was recognized for his excellent care both in his medical practice and within the community.

Men's Health Month: Man Up & Know Your Stats

June is Men’s Health Month, and Harbin Clinic encourages men to Man Up and Know their Stats. Various research has shown that many men avoid visiting their physicians, sometimes out of overconfidence that nothing is wrong or denial that something is off. However, men’s health habits and genetics can put them at a greater risk for factors such as heart attacks and strokes.

Walk with a Doc Who’s Walked Off a Lot

Several years ago, Dr. Harris was overweight and realized he needed to take care of his health. Dr. Harris started walking — five miles a day, to be exact — toward a better lifestyle. Join Dr. Harris on Saturday, June 15th for Harbin Clinic’s Walk with a Doc event, where he will share his philosophy on the importance of exercise and diet in one’s life.

Dr. Gregory Harris to lead June 15th Walk with a Doc

Walk with a Doc returns June 15th and will be led by Dr. Gregory Harris of Harbin Clinic Medical Oncology. The health benefits of walking are significant. A study led by American Cancer Society researchers shows that even low levels of walking may help people live longer and can lower the risks of certain forms of cancer, including breast cancer and colon cancer.

Dr. Subba Vanga joins Cardiology Cartersville

Harbin Clinic Cardiology Cartersville welcomes Dr. Vanga to a team of physicians dedicated to improving the heart health of Northwest Georgia and beyond. “As I was going through medical school, I made it my mission to combat the number one killer: heart disease,” Dr. Vanga recalls. “We are achieving that. The cardiovascular mortality rate has been going down in recent years, and I am proud of what our field is accomplishing.”