Norton Children’s Hospital Gift Shop

Call In An Order or Stop By

Norton Children’s Hospital gift shop is ready to help you give something special to a patient. Our gift shop offers, stuffed animals, balloons, books, games, candy and much more to brighten your loved one’s day and share your support for them.

Proceeds from the Norton Children’s Hospital Gift Shop benefit the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation.

Same-day Bedside Delivery at Norton Children’s Hospital

By calling the Norton Children’s Hospital gift shop, you can be confident you are placing an order directly with the hospital rather than a third-party delivery service.

Call (502) 629-6120


Flowers

Balloons

Stuffed Animals

And More!


To place an order for a patient, call (502) 629-6120. Orders will be delivered to the patient’s room on the same day. If you are visiting, the gift shop is located in the lobby of Norton Children’s Hospital.

Gift shop “Grab and Go” offers sandwiches, salads and other snack options. You also may purchase a maximum of one meal voucher per meal, which can be presented to a dietary hostess or nurse for a tray for the next served meal to be delivered to a child’s room.

Norton Children’s Hospital Gift Shop Hours

Monday and Friday
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Tuesday through Thursday
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Saturday and Sunday
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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