Who are the new doctors at Harbin Clinic Rome?

Who are the new doctors at Harbin Clinic Rome?

Daniel Grant, MD joins Harbin Clinic Rheumatology Rome and will begin seeing patients Aug. 4, and Justin Tanner, MD… We want you to feel empowered to make the best choice possible about your health care. Check out our Patient Guide to make informed decisions for you and your family.

Who is the family medicine doctor at Harbin Clinic?

A Harbin Clinic family medicine physician is always on call. In case of an emergency after hours, call the appropriate number listed for your physician’s practice. The paging service will take a message and have the doctor return your call.

How to send a letter to Harbin Clinic?

Please send mail to any Harbin Clinic provider or practice by using the following address: For other questions you may have aside from health-related issues, please contact Harbin Clinic via the form below. Remember this method is not appropriate for urgent or private medical issues.

Do you have to give your Social Security number to Harbin Clinic?

At Harbin Clinic, we care about your personal information. We want you to be aware that our billing-related phone calls will never occur by a robocall. We will not use automated means to ask for your payment information. We will never ask for your social security number under any circumstance.

What does Harbin Clinic rheumatologists do for patients?

Harbin Clinic Rheumatologists work closely with patients, their families, their primary care physicians, and other specialists to ensure that patients obtain appropriate and high quality care. They also strive to decrease the burden of both disease and its treatment.

Where are the offices of the Harbin Clinic?

The Harbin Clinic now has more than 27 satellite offices throughout Rome, Adairsville, Bremen, Calhoun, Cartersville, Cedartown, Summerville, and Trion.

When did William Harbin move to Rome GA?

In 1894, Robert moved to Rome, Georgia and established his own practice. Dr. William Pickens Harbin (1872–1942) (“Dr. Will”), earned his Medical Doctorate in 1897, also from the Bellevue Hospital Medical College. His brother Robert invited him to join his practice in Rome, where Will first arrived in 1898.