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Harbin Clinic is celebrating another year of complete care for Northwest Georgia after hosting a myriad of community events impacting thousands of people of all ages. Through a focus of helping others live a healthy life, Harbin Clinic’s initiatives care completely for everyone.
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The ballots were cast, the votes were tallied and the people of Northwest Georgia once again chose Harbin Clinic physicians and providers as their top choice for their healthcare needs in the Rome News-Tribune’s Best of Rome Awards and the Polk County Standard Journal's Best of Polk Awards.
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.
As summer fades and slightly cooler temperatures creep in, locals have one last opportunity for this year to stroll toward wellness at Harbin Clinic’s Walk with a Doc event on October 20 at Bridgepoint Plaza. The walk, which starts at 9 a.m., will be led by Harbin Clinic General Surgeon, Dr. Paul Brock. Walking regularly, Dr. Brock says, has numerous health benefits that will help walkers both immediately and in the long run.
With flu season fast approaching, Harbin Clinic encourages everyone to get a flu shot to help ward off the dreaded virus. The Center for Disease Control recommends everyone get a flu vaccine before flu begins spreading in the community.
Get ready to kick off your Thanksgiving week festivities with the Harbin Clinic Turkey Trot 5K and Health Wobble benefitting the United Way of Bartow County on Saturday, Nov. 17. The long-running event adds Harbin Clinic as the title sponsor this year but keeps the same great course and the fun, frivolity and fitness local athletes have come to expect.
Living Well with Chronic Disease is a workshop series presented by Harbin Clinic. This free, six-week workshop is open to all and will cover a range of strategies and tools to help you manage your chronic illness and its related symptoms. The session begins on October 2 and ends November 6, 2018.
Now, Dr. Carroll begins her journey with Harbin Clinic Pediatrics Rome, where she joins the practice of Dr. Todd Kelley, Dr. Caroline Yaphockun and Dr. Robersteen Howard. Dr. Carroll says she most enjoys working with parents and children to help teach them about their health.