At Harbin Clinic, the safety of our patients, employees and the community remains a top priority. In an ongoing effort to prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses, including COVID-19, Harbin Clinic is implementing screening upon entry at all locations with multiple departments in one building. Patients at all locations will be screened during check-in.
Harbin Clinic personnel will be asking basic questions at designated building entrances and check-in to help ensure individuals who might be contagious with the virus get the care they need. These precautions are put in place to protect the health of Harbin Clinic patients, employees and the community.
Screening upon building entry will be conducted at the following Harbin Clinic locations:
- 1825 Martha Berry Blvd - front entrance only at parking area A
- 550 Redmond Rd
- 504 Redmond Rd
- 330 Turner McCall Blvd
- 255 West Fifth St
- 150 Gentilly Blvd
- 200 Gentilly Blvd
There is currently a “Visitor Restriction” policy in effect at all locations, including Immediate Care:
- Patients only allowed at all Harbin Clinic locations with limited exceptions.
- One person per patient for children and minors.
- One person per patient for those who need assistance.
- No vendors allowed, including pharmaceutical and medical device representatives.
- Call first if you are experiencing Coronavirus symptoms or think you have been exposed.
At the current time, online scheduling is not available. As a reminder, patients visiting any Harbin Clinic location should call before coming if they have cough, fever, shortness of breath, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell AND think they may have been in close contact with a person known to have COVID-19.
Harbin Clinic will continue to monitor the development of the coronavirus in partnership with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Georgia Department of Public Health.
Visit HarbinClinic.com/coronavirus to learn more about how to stay current and proactive in preventing the spread of coronavirus and any contagious respiratory illness.