Norton Children’s Medical Group – NuLu, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, is located on the Home of the Innocents campus in downtown Louisville. It offers care for children from newborn to teens.
Your child needs routine health checks at every age. Our pediatric providers can screen for behavioral concerns, delayed growth and development, high blood pressure, dental health and more. We also can help with breastfeeding, childproofing concerns, safe sleeping methods and potty-training tips.
Based on our location and partnerships with community organizations, our office is uniquely positioned to provide the following additional services:
Community health worker to provide health education and information
Help from nurse care coordinators for families of children with complex health conditions
On-site Dare to Care Food Bank prescriptive food pantry for families with food security
Access to pediatric specialties, including a laboratory and X-ray capabilities, in the same building
Safety supplies, such as bike helmets
Books for kids ages 2 months to 5 years
Baby care items
Our office is proud to provide inclusive and compassionate care for LGBTQ+ patients. We also offer comprehensive care for pediatric newcomers to the United States, as well as children in foster care and residential agencies.
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.
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
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