Norton Children's Maternal – Fetal Medicine – Downtown

601 South Floyd Street, Suite 700,
Louisville, 40202



601 South Floyd Street, Suite 700,
Louisville, 40202


Mon: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Tue: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Thu: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Fri: 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

Norton Children’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine, a part of Norton Women’s Care, is located in downtown Louisville on the seventh floor of the Children’s Hospital Foundation Building at the corner of East Chestnut and South Floyd streets. The building is diagonally across from Norton Children’s Hospital. 

Valet parking is available at the Floyd Street entrance. Garage parking is available at Norton Children’s Hospital at Floyd Street and Abraham Flexner Way and at Norton Healthcare Pavilion on Gray Street between South Floyd and South Preston streets.

TARC Routes 19 and 21 stop on Chestnut Street.

Our downtown Louisville office is staffed by maternal-fetal medicine specialists and highly trained sonographers.

Many patients can deliver at their home hospital and receive follow-up care for themselves or their baby at the downtown Louisville office. If you’ve been referred to Norton Children’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine, you can deliver with your chosen obstetrician. Maternal-fetal medicine specialists, obstetricians and pediatric specialists work as a team to determine the best plan of care for mother and baby.

Maternal-fetal medicine specialists focus on your unborn baby’s health as well as your well-being. Congenital anomalies detected while you’re pregnant could mean your baby needs specialized care before, during and after delivery.

Norton Children’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine – Downtown Specialists

How We’ll Care for Your Complex Pregnancy, Delivery and Newborn

  • Our team of more than 10 fellowship-trained, board-certified and highly experienced maternal-fetal medicine physicians means easier access to expertise for your complex pregnancy.
  • Two dedicated patient navigators who are registered nurses provide one-on-one support and guide you through your pregnancy care, including coordinating appointments for those traveling from outside Louisville.
  • Maternal-fetal medicine offices in Louisville, St. Mathews, Bowling Green, Elizabethtown and Paducah all provide the same level of specialized care.
  • Deliver down the hall from the Norton Children’s Hospital Level IV neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) — the highest rated in Louisville and Southern Indiana — or the Level III NICU at Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital.
  • If your baby will need specialized care after birth, we’ll convene all the specialists who could have insight to your baby’s condition to prepare. Experienced physicians from across Norton Children’s will review your baby’s development and put in place a plan to provide the best possible care.
  • Depending on your condition, you may deliver at your home hospital; if necessary, the Norton Children’s Hospital  “Just for Kids” Transport Team will bring your baby to a Norton Children’s NICU in Louisville.
  • You can keep your OB/GYN for your delivery while getting the expertise of the maternal-fetal medicine team caring for your health and the health of your baby or multiples.
  • Medicaid and most commercial insurance plans are accepted.
  • Communicate with your medical provider, manage appointments and get alerts if an earlier appointment becomes available through your free Norton MyChart account.

Learn More About Your Complex Pregnancy

Norton Women’s Care offers additional free classes related to childbirth and being a new parent.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Tours

In-person neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) tours are available to those who have an expected NICU stay.  Call to set up a NICU tour.

  • NICU tour at Norton Children’s Hospital: Call (502) 629-5835 to register.
  • NICU tour at Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital: Call (502) 559-3933 to register.

Please view the virtual tour video of the Norton Women’s and Children’s Hospital NICU. This is also a useful example of what to expect in the Norton Children’s Hospital NICU.