In celebration of the holiday season, Harbin Clinic Immediate Care Rome will close at 2 p.m. on Christmas Eve (Thursday) and will be closed on Christmas Day (Friday). All other Harbin Clinic locations will be closed on Christmas Eve and Day.
The holidays are a special time of year filled with fun traditions, cozy sweaters, yummy food, and spending precious time with loved ones. This time of year also brings more illnesses and germs, and as the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases continues to rise, planning a safe holiday season has become increasingly more difficult.
Your safety is our top priority. At the onset of COVID-19 community spread, we made significant operational changes to ensure the safety of our patients, caregivers and community. Your health is essential, and we are here for you when you need access to safe, compassionate and expert care.
Annual wellness exams are essential for children’s healthy development both inside and out. Harbin Clinic Pediatrics encourages parents to schedule annual appointments for their children to help prevent future potential health problems and ensure that their growth and development is on track.
The sentimental pops and explosions of fireworks are thrilling and memorable, but they also pose a risk for your hearing – especially for tiny tots and babbling babies. We’ve provided some helpful explanations and tips to keep your family’s hearing healthy this Independence Day.
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.