For Health Care Professionals

At Norton Children’s Hospital we recognize the importance of our referring providers and value our ongoing relationships. From this page professionals can refer a patient, connect with one of our physician liaisons for assistance, and arrange for outpatient scheduling.

As a health care professional, if you have a question or need assistance call our “Just for Kids” Information Line at (844) 629-KIDS.

Thank you for entrusting your patients’ care to the physicians and staff of Norton Children’s and our sister facilities. We are always looking for ways to improve service to our referring providers and welcome your suggestions on how we can improve our service to you and your patients.

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New technology is treating heart defects in premature babies

State-of-the-art technology is helping save the lives of some of Louisville’s youngest patients. Cardiologists are using a new device to help treat micro-preemies — babies born before the 28th week of pregnancy and/or weighing less than […]

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Symptoms of ear infections in kids

Children are more likely than adults to get ear infections. If your child says their ear hurts, you may wonder: Could it be an ear infection? Middle ear infection (otitis media) is the most common […]

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COVID-19 puts pediatric patients with bleeding disorders at higher risk

Some pediatric patients with bleeding disorders may have a higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19, especially if they have serious underlying medical conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity or asthma. Although most bleeding […]

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How to dress a baby for cold weather

Although babies can go outside when it’s cold, their bodies aren’t equipped to handle the extreme temperatures yet. They shouldn’t be out in the elements for very long, and there are some precautions to take […]

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Don’t dismiss a baby’s diarrhea as teething

Teething alone won’t cause diarrhea. A child could have looser stools while teething, as sore gums could encourage them to drink or nurse more, increasing fluid intake. Parents should take it seriously, however, if a […]

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