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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Ways to support Norton Children’s Hospital this holiday giving season

Holiday giving season is officially upon us! There are plenty of ways you can support children who need your help. Donations to the not-for-profit Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation support Norton Children’s Hospital and may be […]

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5 foods for urinary tract infections in a child

A child’s urinary system plays an important role in filtering and eliminating waste products from the body. A balanced diet filled with key power foods can have a big impact on keeping the body healthy. […]

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From 1 pound, 10 ounces to a thriving kindergartner

When Dana’s daughter, LeAnn, was born at 25 weeks, she weighed 1 pound, 10 ounces. Born more than three months early, LeAnn was so fragile she couldn’t be held or even taken out of the […]

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Epilepsy surgery risks: How technology can help families make informed choices

If your child has seizures that aren’t helped by medication, you may be considering surgery. Epilepsy surgery’s risks and benefits for a child are complicated and are better understood with as much information as possible. […]

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Living with — and treating —Type 1 diabetes

Living with Type 1 diabetes touches every aspect of a person’s life — children, teens and their families learn to manage and live with the condition. Many with Type 1 diabetes found their way to […]

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