Norton Children's Medical Group – Jeffersontown

Norton Children’s pediatricians provide routine well checks and preventive medicine, as well as care for minor illnesses and injuries in children from newborns to teenagers. If your child ever requires surgery, a hospital stay or care for a complex illness, your child’s provider is already connected to Norton Children’s pediatric specialists. They work as a team to provide highly skilled, specialized care.

New patients can be seen within 24 hours, and same-day appointments for well and sick visits are available.

Visit Us for a Newbie Night

Newbie Nights allow soon-to-be parents, those new to the area or those in need of a pediatrician to visit an office and get to know our providers.

Address: 3840 Ruckriegel Parkway, Suite 105
Louisville, KY 40299

Main Phone: 502-261-7227


Mon: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Tue: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Wed: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Thu: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Fri: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Sat: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Sun: Closed

Get Driving Directions Reserve Your Spot
Make an Appointment

Norton Children’s Medical Group

Norton Children’s Medical Group, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, offers pediatric primary care at more than 20 locations throughout Louisville and Southern Indiana.
Make an appointment
(502) 629-KIDS (5437) Option 3


Request an Appointment Online


Find a Pediatrician

El regreso a la escuela es el mejor momento de revisar la salud de tu hijo

This post is also available in English. Prepararse para regresar a la escuela es un momento ocupado para todas las familias, sin importar a qué grado esté entrando su hijo. A pesar de todo lo […]

Read Full Story

Diabetes can lead to depression among children and teens

Children with diabetes have a higher risk of depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts, and adolescents with Type 1 diabetes have five times the rate of depression than adolescents without Type 1 diabetes. Impacts of depression […]

Read Full Story

Cases of human parechovirus meningitis popping up locally

Federal health officials are warning doctors and parents about parechovirus, a virus that’s spreading across the U.S., including Kentucky. While symptoms typically are mild in older kids, parechovirus in newborns can be life-threatening. “In a […]

Read Full Story

What is a medical home? And why do you need one?

A medical home is not so much a place as a partnership — a team of pediatric care providers that knows your child’s health history and provides your child’s care as they grow. Your medical […]

Read Full Story

High blood pressure in teens can lead to serious health issues later

About 1 in 7 U.S. teens have high blood pressure or elevated blood pressure  – conditions that often have no symptoms and can lead to serious heart issues as they grow into young adults. Obesity [...]

Read Full Story
Related Stories

El regreso a la escuela es el mejor momento de revisar la salud de tu hijo

This post is also available in English. Prepararse para regresar a la escuela es un momento ocupado para todas las familias, sin importar a qué grado esté entrando su hijo. A pesar de todo lo […]

Read Full Story

Diabetes can lead to depression among children and teens

Children with diabetes have a higher risk of depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts, and adolescents with Type 1 diabetes have five times the rate of depression than adolescents without Type 1 diabetes. Impacts of depression […]

Read Full Story

Cases of human parechovirus meningitis popping up locally

Federal health officials are warning doctors and parents about parechovirus, a virus that’s spreading across the U.S., including Kentucky. While symptoms typically are mild in older kids, parechovirus in newborns can be life-threatening. “In a […]

Read Full Story

What is a medical home? And why do you need one?

A medical home is not so much a place as a partnership — a team of pediatric care providers that knows your child’s health history and provides your child’s care as they grow. Your medical […]

Read Full Story

High blood pressure in teens can lead to serious health issues later

About 1 in 7 U.S. teens have high blood pressure or elevated blood pressure  – conditions that often have no symptoms and can lead to serious heart issues as they grow into young adults. Obesity [...]

Read Full Story

Search our entire site.