Dr. Jason Dunn joins the healthcare team at Harbin Clinic Psychology Rome this summer. Dr. Dunn’s mission with his patients is to let them know that what they’re feeling is justified; he’s there to help his patients navigate their troubles.
This Saturday, May 18th, Harbin Clinic’s Walk with a Doc event kicks off at 9 a.m. on the grassy area of Bridgepoint Plaza. The 2-mile health walk will lead trekkers down the scenic Kingfisher Trail which loops back around to end at Bridgepoint Plaza.
Unless you’re covered in futuristic space armor from head to toe, you should wear sunscreen to protect your skin. That’s because excessive sun exposure can increase your risk of developing the most common type of cancer in the U.S. — skin cancer.
Harbin Clinic Cardiology Cartersville welcomes Dr. Vanga to a team of physicians dedicated to improving the heart health of Northwest Georgia and beyond. “As I was going through medical school, I made it my mission to combat the number one killer: heart disease,” Dr. Vanga recalls. “We are achieving that. The cardiovascular mortality rate has been going down in recent years, and I am proud of what our field is accomplishing.”
The free, monthly community event has drawn hundreds of people who gather at 9 a.m. on the third Saturday of each month to hear information and facts about health and wellness from Harbin Clinic physicians. Then the group stretches their legs during a 2-mile health walk along the Kingfisher Trail in Downtown Rome.
Northwest Georgians are invited to retrieve their lightsabers, jump aboard their starships and join the Jedi Order at Star Wars Night at the Rome Braves Stadium sponsored by Harbin Clinic on May 18th. To encourage the public to attend, Harbin Clinic is offering a coupon for two popcorns and two Home Run Hill tickets for $10. Coupons are available at all Harbin Clinic volunteer desks, Harbin Clinic Dermatology Rome at 550 Redmond Road, and Harbin Clinic locations at 330 Turner McCall Blvd.
Allergies can be worse in Georgia because our pollen season lasts longer and the warm winters prevent plants from going fully dormant or dying back at all. With these higher impact factors, it can be particularly important to take steps to reduce your contact with pollen.
A new exhibit showcasing the work of Harbin Clinic physicians and employees will be unveiled at the Harbin Clinic Gallery at Makervillage located at 252 N 5th Ave. in the River Arts District of Rome. The exhibit, entitled Healthy Expressions, will have its grand opening on Thursday, May 9th from 6:30 to 8 p.m., and highlights the healing nature of creative expression.
Harbin Clinic is proud to announce that Dr. Melissa Dillmon, doctor of Hematology and Oncology, has been named a Fellow by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). The title of Fellow is bestowed upon ASCO members who have accomplished extraordinary volunteer service, dedication and commitment to the society that benefit the ASCO, the specialty of oncology, and most importantly, the patients whom they serve.
Spring into the season that is full of rainy showers, blooming flowers and sunnier hours by turning over a new leaf to an active and healthy lifestyle. One of the first steps can be to schedule your annual wellness exam with your primary care physician.