Health: Groundbreaking held for new home of Harbin Clinic Family Medicine and Pediatrics in Adairsville.

Health: Groundbreaking held for new home of Harbin Clinic Family Medicine and Pediatrics in Adairsville.

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Pictured from left to right are Adam Luttrell, Scott Preston, Ballard Betz, Harbin Clinic CEO Kenna Stock, Harbin Clinic Cartersville Director Ty Rinoski, Dr. Robert Sullivan, Mayor Kennth Carson, Harbin Clinic CIO Andrew Goodwin, Harbin Clinic CCO Lori Custer, Dr. Sara Harbin Pickett and Harbin Clinic COO Wendy Pitts.

 

Harbin Clinic breaks ground on new Adairsville office. Tuesday’s ceremony marks the formal start of what’s on the way: A 10,000-square-foot building at the corner of North Central Avenue and U.S. 41 expected to open in May 2018. Planned within the mostly brick-and-stucco building are a lab, a family medicine wing with 10 exam rooms and a procedure room, and a pediatrics wing with 10 additional exam rooms. The building is designed to add another 50 percent — 5,000 square feet — as more space is needed. The current building is 4,788 square feet and Harbin Clinic Family Medicine and Pediatrics Adairsville cares for 70 to 100 patients a day. “We’ve grown so much and continue to expand our services every day, reaching more and more people in Bartow County and the surrounding areas,” says Dr. Sara Harbin Pickett. “In our brand new building, we’re looking forward to more opportunities to practice world-class healthcare in the small town setting we so enjoy in Adairsville.” Click Harbin Clinic Adairsville for 13 additional photos.

And here’s a look at what’s on the way. Courtesy: Harbin Clinic
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