With flu season fast approaching, Harbin Clinic encourages everyone to get a flu shot to help ward off the dreaded virus. The Center for Disease Control recommends everyone get a flu vaccine before flu begins spreading in the community.
Get ready to kick off your Thanksgiving week festivities with the Harbin Clinic Turkey Trot 5K and Health Wobble benefitting the United Way of Bartow County on Saturday, Nov. 17. The long-running event adds Harbin Clinic as the title sponsor this year but keeps the same great course and the fun, frivolity and fitness local athletes have come to expect.
Living Well with Chronic Disease is a workshop series presented by Harbin Clinic. This free, six-week workshop is open to all and will cover a range of strategies and tools to help you manage your chronic illness and its related symptoms. The session begins on October 2 and ends November 6, 2018.
This free, six-week workshop is open to all and will cover a range of strategies and tools to help you manage your diabetes and related symptoms. The workshop meets every Tuesday for six consecutive weeks. The next session will begin on August 7, 2018 and continue until September 11, 2018 at Harbin Clinic Cancer Center, 255 West 5th Street.
The nominations have been counted and five local charities rose above the rest in the 2018 Harbin Hero Challenge. The five finalists in the contest are Living Proof Recovery, Summit Quest, RLT Prime Timers, Murphy-Harpst Children’s Centers and The Sweet Cocoon.
Heroes are getting ready to run, walk, fly and maybe even crawl into Rome for the 2018 edition of the Harbin Hero Hustle 5K and two-mile health walk on September 29th. But before the race can soar into action, the Harbin Heroes need your help in selecting five local charities to participate in the Harbin Hero Challenge. These charities are superheroes for the community and will receive a portion of $4,250 in donations from Harbin Clinic.
Get your walking shoes laced up and ready to go because the 2018 Harbin Clinic Walk With A Doc is set to begin. The first walk of 2018 is slated for Saturday, April 21 at 9 a.m. at Bridgepoint Plaza in Downtown Rome.
Spring is in full swing in Northwest Georgia, and the blooming flowers, longer days and warmer weather serves as a perfect time for everyone to start anew on the path to a healthy lifestyle. “One of the best way to help prevent serious illness and disease is to visit your primary care physician for annual health screenings” Harbin Clinic physician Dr. Brian McNiece says. “Knowing more about your medical history and overall health allows doctors to help keep you healthy.”
Losing weight. Exercising more. Eating better. Getting more sleep. Being healthier. New Year’s resolutions can take many forms, and it’s never a bad idea to set goals to improve your life. However, one key sticking point for most resolutions is that it’s tough to keep them.
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.