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Dr. Ricardo Postigo joins Harbin Clinic Infectious Disease

Dr. Postigo joins Harbin Clinic Infectious Disease and Travel Medicine Rome, where he will treat patients who have contracted an illness from overseas and also help prevent people from getting sick on their travels. Dr. Postigo also follows-up with patients who have previously been hospitalized after contracting a serious infection. He also works with HIV and Hepatitis patients.

Harbin Clinic Practices, Providers win Best of Rome

It's a record year for Harbin Clinic after voters throughout Floyd County turned out in droves for the Rome News Tribune’s Best of Rome awards. Nine Harbin Clinic practices and 33 healthcare providers made the cut as the people of Northwest Georgia picked Harbin Clinic practices and providers as their top choice for healthcare. 

Harbin Clinic Physicians, Practices Nationally Recognized for Patient-Centered Care

The National Committee for Quality Assurance - a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of healthcare - has recognized Harbin Clinic practices and physicians for their exemplary patient-focused strategy to providing care.

Dr. Jason Dunn to lead September’s Walk with a Doc

Walk with a Doc on September 21st will be led by Psychologist Dr. Jason Dunn, and walkers will gather on the grassy area at Bridgepoint Plaza in Rome at 9 a.m. This free event offers people of all ages the chance to talk with a physician and get first-hand advice about maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Dr. Monal Patel joins Family Medicine Cartersville

Dr. Patel joins the practice of Harbin Clinic Family Medicine Cartersville, where she will work alongside a group of dedicated physicians who welcome her abilities and medical philosophy to the team. “Dr. Patel is a wonderful addition to our practice, and I know she is going to make a difference in patients’ lives,” says Dr. Jayson Fields. “As an internist, she brings some new expertise to Family Medicine Cartersville, enriching our ability to provide excellent care to even more patients.”