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Introduction

New Beginning is an outpatient physical and occupational therapy clinic. The clinic is privately owned and managed by clinic director Katy Chancellor-Baker and her husband Gregory S. Baker.

 Katy has a master’s degree in Physical Therapy from Texas Women’s University. After completeing her internships, Katy spent 4 years at Baptist Medical Center/Wolfson Children’s Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida where she was the Assistant Director of Rehab Services. After the family moved to North Georgia in 1996, Katy spent time in home health and outpatient clinics, as well as at Mountainside Medical Center. Katy believes in personally meeting and getting to know each patient and thier support caregivers.

Greg is Managing Director and responsible for all back-office operational policies and procedures and maintaining New Beginning’s status as a center of operational excellence. Greg has spent the last 15 years building and managing global consulting and professional services organizations. He specializes in early incubator and startup initiatives in the software and callcenter industry. Greg has master’s certificates from George Washington Universtity in Global Business Managment and IT Project Management.

Mission Statement

New Beginning Therapeutic Services is dedicated to providing individuals with the highest quality of hands-on rehabilitation services closely monitored by a TEAM of caring professionals.

Our Philosphy

Our TEAM is dedicated to assisting our clients in achieving their maximum level of physical function and providing comprehensive, community based rehabilitation services.

The personnel at New Beginning view each patient as an individual with unique needs, concerns, and resources and strive to acknowledge, understand, and respond to those unique needs. The TEAM strives to encourage community integration and to live life to the fullest capacity.

To achieve quality care and to ensure functional outcomes, the TEAM is committed to working and communicating together. Respect and understanding a clients needs are key decision points in treatment planning.

Each individual team member strives to maintain optimal standards of professional practice and exercise professional judgment in the delivery of quality service to each individual served.