Memphis Childrens Clinic is expected to open in the same block as the Harbin Children’s clinic in 2018, with an aim to double its services to 15,000 children annually.
The clinic is a collaboration between the Harbans clinic and a Memphis hospital.
The Harbens clinic operates from the same campus as Harbin Health and is a regional provider of services to children with autism and other developmental disabilities.
Its mission is to “provide quality health care to the communities of Memphis and the surrounding area,” Harbin Chief Operating Officer Julie Dannen said in a statement.
“We are excited to expand our services in Harbins community and will welcome children with developmental disabilities to the Memphis area.”
The Memphis Children`s Clinic, which was established in 2013, has grown from two doctors to more than 300.
Its staff now numbers over 1,200, and the clinic has a patient base of more than 4,000.
Its focus is on services for children with physical and cognitive impairments and mental health issues, which are more prevalent in the region.
“The Memphis clinic offers a full range of services for our community, and we are excited about our collaboration with the Harbsons clinic,” said Dannens.
“It will be a great opportunity to work with families, families with children, and families with autism to provide a wide range of autism services to our community.”
In addition to providing physical and mental services, the Harbil clinic also offers a number of services related to cognitive rehabilitation.
It offers cognitive therapy, which aims to help children learn and function with disabilities.
The Memphis children` clinic also has other services including autism treatment, autism and developmental assessments, child care, and other services.
It is a partnership between the Memphis Children Clinic and the Harbalhs clinic, which is operated by the Memphis Health Alliance.
The Memphis Health Association is a community-based organization that is committed to providing community services to people with disabilities through community-led initiatives, according to a news release.
“With the addition of a new health clinic in Harbil, we are committed to ensuring the health and well-being of our community members,” Dannins said.
“Our staff is committed and motivated to ensuring that our community’s needs are met through our comprehensive and comprehensive autism services.”
The Harbings clinic will have a staff of at least 120.
The two clinics will be located in the Harbach Neighborhood and the Shady Oaks Neighborhood.