The last Walk with a Doc of the year is fast approaching and Harbin Clinic Pediatrician Dr. Melissa Davis will lead the group for the final lap on Saturday, October 19 at Bridgepoint Plaza, just off Second Avenue in Rome, at 9 a.m.
Harbin Clinic Wants You to be a Kung Flu Fighter! Flu season is upon us, and it’s Harbin Clinic’s initiative to keep the Northwest Georgia community as healthy as possible. To help arm patients against the flu virus, Harbin Clinic recommends everyone get a flu shot to protect themselves throughout flu season.
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.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance - a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of healthcare - has recognized Harbin Clinic practices and physicians for their exemplary patient-focused strategy to providing care.
Pediatrics Cartersville makes it a priority to support the families in their community. Through the Good Neighbor Bed Race, Pediatrics Cartersville has pledged to raise at least $2,500 for the Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter in Cartersville, Ga.
Harbin Clinic physicians, executive team members and community leaders turned over fresh earth with gilded shovels on Tuesday at a groundbreaking ceremony for a new medical building in Rome that will serve as the future home of Harbin Clinic Pediatrics.
Harbin Clinic Cartersville practices prepare to move right next door into their brand new space at 200 Gentilly Boulevard. The Women’s Center at 200 Gentilly Blvd. will welcome patients to their new suite on August 19th, and doors will open to the new Pediatrics space on August 26th. Gastroenterology Cartersville will welcome patients to their new location in the fall.
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.
October 31st is a fun-filled experience for kids and families, but in order to keep your Halloween adventures as safe and healthy as possible, Harbin Clinic Pediatrics offers these tips for getting treats instead of tricks.