At Harbin Clinic, patient experience and convenience is top priority. Orthopedics Rome 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.
Harbin Clinic Orthopedics Rome has recently introduced the mi-eye 2™ technology to the Rome area and is the first and only team in the region using this exciting new tool. The small arthroscope can be used to look directly at the injured area to diagnose the damage and determine the best course of treatment.
It's a record year for Harbin Clinic after voters throughout Floyd County turned out in droves for the Rome News Tribune’s Best of Rome awards. Nine Harbin Clinic practices and 33 healthcare providers made the cut as the people of Northwest Georgia picked Harbin Clinic practices and providers as their top choice for healthcare.
Dr. Barber joins the Hand Center at Harbin Clinic Orthopedics where he will work closely with Dr. Stephen Klasson and a team of medical experts who are focused on the health of hands and upper extremities. Both hand surgeons will see patients in Rome and Cartersville.
On August 22nd, more than a million viewers will tune in to TV or rock the stands of Barron Stadium to cheer on their favorite Northwest Georgia teams during the Metro by T-Mobile Corky Kell Classic presented by Harbin Clinic. The Corky Kell event travels to Rome once again for its opening games, and Harbin Clinic has signed on to be the presenting sponsor.
Dr. Brad Bushnell of Harbin Clinic Orthopedics & Sports Medicine has received positive press for his work with a medical research study for the Regeneten Bioinductive Implant - a “patch” used in shoulder surgeries to repair torn rotator cuffs.
More than a million viewers on television and in the stands will get the chance to learn first-hand how Harbin Clinic cares completely for everyone during the Metro PCS Corky Kell Classic games on August 16.