Health: Big changes for Harbin Clinic in Floyd County — new building planned, some practices on the move. Updates follow huge year of growth in Bartow County.

Health: Big changes for Harbin Clinic in Floyd County — new building planned, some practices on the move. Updates follow huge year of growth in Bartow County.

Some of the plans listed below mean some changes for the main clinic on Martha Berry.

 

In context: Harbin Clinic continues to grow in Northwest Georgia. In 2018, Harbin opened expanded offices in Adairsville (with additional room to grow) and also started construction on a second medical office building on Gentilly Boulevard in Cartersville. On Thursday, the state’s largest privately owned, multispecialty physician group announced plans for another medical office building in the Redmond Road/Bypass area as well as changes and expansions to key practice groups. Harbin Clinic employs 240 medical professionals representing 40 medical specialties and services. In all, there are 21 Harbin Clinic practices from Acworth, Adairsville, Armuchee, Calhoun, Cartersville, Cedartown, Rome to Summerville.

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Media release: Over the next year, Harbin Clinic announces a number of changes to medical practice locations in Floyd County, and plans to build and occupy a new medical office building designed specifically for women and children. Throughout these renovations and changes, patients can be sure that the high level of quality care they have come to expect from Harbin Clinic will remain the same.

In late February, Urology will relocate to the 504 building on Redmond Road, providing this busy practice with much-needed expansion space. The Heart Center will continue to reside in the 504 building.

Later this year, Harbin Clinic will also relocate several practices in the 1825 Martha Berry Blvd. building. Pulmonary Medicine, the Sleep Center and the Lab will each move into refreshed space. These moves will enable Orthopedics to return to the 1825 building in early 2020, in a new space custom-designed to meet the special needs of their patients.

In addition to these renovations, Harbin Clinic is in the planning stages for a new medical office building to be situated at the corner of Woodrow Wilson Way and John Maddox Drive. Current designs call for the majority of medical care for women and children to be located in this new building, including Ansley Park Pediatrics, Harbin Clinic Women’s Center and Harbin Clinic Pediatrics.

“With any change at the clinic, our goal is to provide timely, proactive communications and the very best experience for patients,” said Harbin Clinic CEO Kenna Stock.  “We will post periodic updates on our website as we get more information and the construction process evolves.”

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