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.
Harbin Clinic Pediatrician Dr. Todd Kelley loves caring completely for his patients. When he’s not at the office, he enjoys hitting the local trails running or biking to help stay active. On Saturday, Oct. 21 at 9 a.m. Dr. Kelley gets a chance to combine his love of caring for patients and his love of being active, as he leads the October edition of Harbin Clinic’s Walk With a Doc.
No one wants to catch the flu and with flu season looming just around the corner Harbin Clinic encourages patients to make sure they get their flu shot. Several Harbin Clinic locations are having flu shot clinics this year, allowing patients an easy way to protect themselves against the flu.
Summertime offers children everywhere a chance to get outside, enjoy tons of activities and play in the water. However, this time of year also carries some safety risks. Harbin Clinic wants to make sure all children stay safe and healthy this summer.
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.