Floyd County CASA is one of five non-profits competing for votes to win the Harbin Hero Challenge. The winner of the Challenge will take home a total of $1,500 from Harbin Clinic to further their charity’s goals.
No one wants to catch the flu and with flu season looming just around the corner Harbin Clinic encourages patients to make sure they get their flu shot. Several Harbin Clinic locations are having flu shot clinics this year, allowing patients an easy way to protect themselves against the flu.
The sting of summer heat is beginning to fade as Harbin Clinic’s Walk With a Doc program journeys into fall. The monthly event ensures everyone in Rome has the opportunity to get outside, hear health and fitness advice from a Harbin Clinic physician and get some exercise.
The Sweet Cocoon is one of five non-profits competing for votes to win the Harbin Hero Challenge. The winner of the Challenge will take home a total of $1,500 from Harbin Clinic to further their charity’s goals.
A role in a middle school play and a grandfather struggling with heart disease set the stage for Dr. Digant V. Bhatt to become a cardiologist. “I was in a play in the seventh grade, and my character was a doctor. It was a very funny play, and I really enjoyed it. That made an impact on me,” Dr. Bhatt (pronounced BOT) says.
“My interactions with patients make me happy to come to work,” says Dr. Abdul. “I feel a connection with them. My patients relate with me and open up to me as someone they can trust to do his absolute best for their health.”
Dr. Jason Andersen spent a lot of time on the soccer field growing up. Whether helping his high school or club teams win state championships or playing on the back line for Harvard, soccer held a formative role in his life. The game also helped steer him to his future calling. As many athletes discover, injuries are as much a part of the game as practices and hard work. Dr. Andersen suffered some injuries over the years and grew close to his orthopaedic surgeon.
It’s time to dust off that cape, iron those tights and warm up your super powers, because registration has opened for the 2017 Harbin Hero Hustle 5K race and two-mile health walk. The event is set for Saturday, Oct. 14 in Downtown Rome, and you can register at rfpra.com. Online registration costs $25 for the 5K and $20 for the walk. Race-day registration costs $30 for the 5K race.
Dr. Subbiah joins Harbin Clinic Cardiology Cartersville where he’ll work as an Interventional Cardiologist for the people of Bartow County. "It was obvious from the get-go that Harbin cares immensely for patients, physicians, employees and the people in the communities it serves. My family and I can’t wait to get to know Cartersville, and I can’t wait to care for them.”