Romans can celebrate the Fourth of July in style again this year, as the Harbin Clinic Patriotic Party in the Park returns to Ridge Ferry, featuring games, inflatable water slides, live music, food vendors and a phenomenal fireworks show.
Itchy, watery eyes, a nose that won’t stop dripping, a hacking cough you can’t seem to shake and sneezing attacks that never seem to end. These dreaded hallmarks of allergy season are miserable for those seeking relief, but Harbin Clinic Ear, Nose and Throat physicians aim to help Northwest Georgians take control of their allergies.
Although Harbin Clinic has traditionally been based in Rome, over the last decade our presence in Bartow County has increased by adding more providers and services, and developing stronger connections with Cartersville Medical Center as well. To help manage growth in Cartersville and Adairsville, Harbin Clinic is pleased to announce Ty Rinoski as Director of Operations for Bartow County. Rinoski brings more than two decades of experience to this role, which is completely new to Harbin Clinic.
Harbin Clinic physicians encourage everyone to take steps to get active this spring by taking part in the national Walk With a Doc program aimed at getting people in the community out and healthy. The free series features monthly walks led by a Harbin Clinic physician where participants can not only get some great exercise but also have a chance to talk to a doctor.
Perfect weather welcomed participants in the Harbin Clinic Family Fun Ride and Scavanger Hunt on Saturday morning, April 29. Moms, dads, grandparents, kids and more traveled the trails at Ridge Ferry Park, stopping along the five-mile route to answer scavenger hunt questions and earn prizes for their bikes.
Registration is open for the 27th Up The Creek Bike and Trail Ride presented by TRED and Harbin Clinic. The event takes place in Rome and offers 32, 53, 71, 81, 104 or 109-mile bike rides as well as the new Harbin Clinic Family Trail Ride along Rome's Heritage Trails.
Harbin Clinic physicians encourage everyone to take steps to get active this spring by taking part in the national Walk With a Doc program aimed at getting people in the community out and healthy. The free series features monthly walks led by a Harbin Clinic physician where participants can not only get some great exercise but also have a chance to talk to a physician.
On Saturday evening March 25, Nashville-based singer/songwriter Travis Meadows will perform live as part of a joint benefit for the William S. Davies Homeless Shelter and the Historic DeSoto Theatre Foundation. With Harbin Clinic as the presenting sponsor, the event promises to be an authentic encounter with homegrown music and a real-life example of recovery and redemption. Early in his life, Travis Meadows had an intense battle with cancer, and his indomitable spirit resonates with the heart of Harbin Clinic.
Lights, foam, bubbles and more are part of the course for the sixth edition of the Harbin Clinic Leprechaun-a-thon, and runners and walkers can register now for the event which takes plan on Friday night, March 17. This year’s race features a flat, fast course and a few special areas where runners can run through bubbles and foam. The finish line has been transformed into a miniature St. Patrick’s Day Festival with a large foam area where runners and walkers can celebrate finishing the event.