Ratings for Dr. Anthony R. Harbin
I have had a problem for several years and knew surgery was the only answer. I finally, after 9 years, decided to have it done. Dr Harbin and Dr Stuckey did what turned out to be a tricky complicated surgery that lasted about 7 hours. There were concerns about my age and Dr Harbin was very up front with me and this I appreciated. I had it done and I am so thankful that these doctors were there for me. It has changed my quality of life tremendously. I cannot say enough about the excellent quality of care and compassion that I received from him and his staff. I will be eternally grateful!
Tony Harbin is hands down the best Dr. I have ever seen. He is thorough and conscientious. He also will sit and listen to my concerns. My health history is long and complicated and I would not trust another dr. to oversee my pregnancy. I trust him and that is something hard to find these days in healthcare. I have also seen the midwife, too, and like her. Due to my history of high blood pressure, I chose to have a doctor deliver me.
After moving to Dalton from Plano, Texas I didn't think I would find another Ob I liked as well as my first. Dr. Harbin is wonderful! He is kind and answers all my questions. He also allowed me to V-back. I was able to deliver this time instead of a C-section. Thank you North GA women's center- a great doctor and a great staff! They are the best!
I just wanted to clarify that this is Anthony (Tony) Harbin we are talking about. In response to another review...this doctor has done nothing wrong. He is still with his wife and children and I see him at church each week. I think the other review was speaking of another Dr. Harbin. He is no longer with the practice.
I'm 58 years old, have lived in many places, and have experience with many different OB/GYN's. Tony Harbin is the best of the lot. He talks to you as a person, listens to you, and will give you as much time as you need to discuss and ask questions. He is a rare find - a physician you actually has the well being and best interest of his patients at heart. He probably saved my life last summer (2008) after I had a spleenic infarct. It was Tony, not the admitting physician at the hospital, who told me that I needed to be evaluated by a cardiologist and actually had his staff schedule an appointment for me. Turns out I had sub-acute endocaritis and a bad mitral valve.
Dr. Anthony R. Harbin's Credentials
Accepting New Patients
- Medical College Of Georgia (Grad. 1985)
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