Dr. Nancy Carnevale is a board-certified developmental behavioral pediatrician and the medical director of Anna Shaw Children's Institute located in Dalton, Georgia. She specializes in attention disorders, autism spectrum disorders, behavioral and developmental challenges, and more.
Dr. Carnevale graduated from Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts, attended medical school at Brown University in Rhode Island, and completed her residency in pediatrics at the University of Connecticut. She also completed her fellowship at Brown University and is board certified in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities.
While practicing pediatric medicine and serving as an assistant professor, she found her passion in treating children with complex disorders. Since 1997, she has cared for children with developmental delays, as well as provided guidance to their families.
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. 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.
To learn more about Anna Shaw Children's Institute, call 706-226-8900 or visit www.HamiltonHealth.com/children.
This program in no way seeks to diagnose or treat illness or to replace professional medical care. Please see your healthcare provider if you have a health problem.