Friday, Oct 19, 2018
Amid cheers that were louder than the beeps and whirs of bulldozers and backhoes, Harbin Clinic physicians and executives turned fresh earth with golden shovels as a crowd of 100 people gathered to celebrate a brand new era for Harbin Clinic Cartersville.
The groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday marked the building of a new clinic located at 200 Gentilly Boulevard, right next door to the current Harbin Clinic Cartersville. The new 34,000 square-foot building is expected to be finished in late summer of 2019 and will house both new and expanded specialties.
“This is a fantastic day for Harbin Clinic and Northwest Georgia,” said Dr. Maxwell Prempeh, Assistant Medical Director for Bartow County. “We’re increasing our ability to care for more people and families, providing excellent medicine with more space and more specialties. This is the future of Harbin Clinic.”
The new addition is the latest example of the health organization’s focus on growing its services in Bartow County, echoed Harbin Clinic CEO Kenna Stock.
“We’re not only expanding the breadth of our specialties offered in the area, but we’re aiming to nurture the wellness of the community by hosting healthy events for families and increasing our presence in the area overall,” said Stock.
A Cornerstone of Care for the Community
This year, the United Way of Bartow county added Harbin Clinic as the title sponsor for the Harbin Clinic Turkey Trot 5K & Health Wobble. The event is slated for November 17, and registration for the event is going on now. Details are available at harbinclinic.com/turkeytrot.
Harbin Clinic Cartersville established two new specialties in 2017 and added eight new physicians to join the clinic in Bartow County.
Six new physicians joined established Harbin practices in Cartersville in 2017. Dr. John Simmons II joined Harbin Clinic General Surgery; Dr. Jason Andersen joined Harbin Clinic Orthopedics; Dr. Afu Abdul joined Harbin Clinic Nephrology and Drs. Digant Bhatt and Rajeeve Subbiah joined Harbin Clinic Cardiology and Dr. Donna Gregory joined Harbin Clinic Family Medicine.
In April of 2018, Harbin Clinic celebrated the opening for the new building housing Harbin Clinic Family Medicine & Pediatrics Adairsville. The location on North Central Avenue is 10,140 square-feet and has room for future expansion, enabling the clinic to care more completely and comfortably for families in North Bartow.
Harbin Clinic in Bartow County has more than 60 providers across 20 specialties, serving the communities of Adairsville and Cartersville. With 150 years of practicing medicine in Northwest Georgia, Harbin Clinic cares for thousands of people each day. By providing expert primary care, diagnostic services and specialty medicine, we are on a quest to improve health and save lives so that the Bartow community flourishes.