Tuesday, Feb 4, 2020
Rome, GA—Harbin Clinic Orthopedics is committed to getting patients moving again when an injury slows them down. Moving their practice closer to complementary services is just another step forward in their mission to care completely for Northwest Georgia.
At Harbin Clinic, patient experience and convenience is top priority. Orthopedics Rome, currently located at 330 Turner McCall, is moving to a new space within the Harbin Clinic building at 1825 Martha Berry Blvd., allowing Orthopedic patients needing imaging and X-Ray services to receive all their care in one location.
Orthopedic patients will start visiting the new location on Monday, February 10. The space is uniquely designed to enhance patient experience and allows physicians and clinical staff to provide care in an area more suitable to patients’ needs.
“Between on-site procedure rooms, orthotics services available in office and the expansion of our hand therapy program, our patients couldn’t ask for a more comprehensive solution to their orthopedic needs,” says Dr. Brandon Bushnell, Orthopedic Surgeon.
Harbin Clinic orthopedic physicians have specialized training and extensive experience in diagnosing and treating specific areas of the body, including the shoulder, elbow, hand, wrist, hip, knee, ankle and foot. Hand therapy, a new service for Harbin Clinic, will be conveniently located in the adjoining space.
“We are excited for how this move will allow us to improve the care we provide our patients,” says Orthopedic Hand Surgeon Dr. Stephen Klasson. “Since Dr. Jarrad Barber joined our Hand Center team we have been able to greatly increase the services we provide, and the new location will allow us even more flexibility.”
This move is part of a continuing plan for growth and development in the services Harbin Clinic provides to patients throughout the region.
For more information on the new facilities or to make an appointment with Orthopedics Rome, call the office at 762-235-2700, or visit harbinclinic.com/orthopedics.