Danielle Newmyer, OTR/L is an occupational therapist at Bradley Whiteside Rehabilitation in Dalton, GA.
Rachel Stone, COTA/L
Tricia Carroll, OTR/L, CHT
Amy Thomas, OTR/L
Amy Thomas, OTR/L is a licensed pediatric occupational therapist at Anna Shaw Children’s Institute in Dalton, GA.
Dedicated to the memory of Anna Sue Shaw, Anna Shaw Children’s Institute is a regional leader of and an advocate for the care of children who experience the challenges of developmental delays. The Institute is in the style of a treehouse and is located in a serene environment adjacent to Hamilton Medical Center. Every detail about the center was carefully designed to provide an inviting, comfortable place. Children and families are able to receive diagnoses, treatment, therapy services, and support all under one roof.
Nicholas C. Sherrow, MD
Nicholas C. Sherrow, MD is a board-certified neonatologist at Hamilton Medical Center’s NICU – Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Hamilton’s NICU is the only one between Atlanta and Nashville that offers single-family rooms where parents can stay with their critically ill infants.
Being a Level III NICU enables us to care for ill or premature babies. While we wish that all babies could be born healthy, if a sick or premature baby is born, we want to provide the best care possible to our patients when this occurs.
Andrew Fournet, MD
Emily A. Brandt, MD
Emily Brandt, MD is a board-certified Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician at Anna Shaw Children’s Institute in Dalton, GA. Dr. Brandt specializes in attention disorders, autism spectrum disorders, behavioral and developmental challenges, and more. Dr. Brandt has cared for children with developmental delays and has assisted with educating medical students, pediatrics residents, and child psychiatry residents during her fellowship at the University of Iowa and as a member of the faculty at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Chattanooga. Call 706.226.8900 for more information.