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Mental health clinic chain announces expansion in region

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  • | 1:00 p.m. December 4, 2023
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Harmony United Psychiatric Care, a Winter Garden-based system of mental health clinics, says it will add locations in Lakeland and Bradenton.

The expansion will also include Kissimmee and Orlando and will increase the Harmony United network from nine to 13 locations throughout the state.

The new Lakeland Clinic is open and located at 500 S. Florida Ave., near Lake Morton, and accessible off Sikes Boulevard.

The new Bradenton Clinic, at 513 Manatee Ave. E., is scheduled to open Thursday.

The new clinics in Kissimmee and Orlando are currently scheduled to open in early January.

Harmony United offers care for adults, adolescents and children as young as 5 years old. Harmony United says its clinics typically offer same-day or next-day appointments for patients, as well as "a 24-7 on-call service for urgent client needs."

"Our vision is to ensure that all members of our community can live as emotionally healthy people in a healthy society," says Dr. Adil A. Mohammed, founder and CEO of Harmony United, in a news release.

The new clinics will operate from 7:15 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. daily, "enabling convenient community access to psychiatric evaluation, medication management, psychotherapy and counseling, neurological testing and telepsychiatry (online appointments)."

Harmony United says more than 6.3 million adults and children in Florida live in communities lacking access to mental health professionals.


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