Norton Children’s Heart Institute – Murray

The pediatric heart specialists at Norton Children’s Heart Institute, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, in Murray, Kentucky, work in collaboration with your local pediatrician and other health care providers.

Our specialists see patients at the same locations so you can schedule appointments with the same provider at each visit. Your child and your child’s condition are special. So should be their bond with their cardiologist.

Because kids with heart conditions can grow up to be healthy and active adults, Norton Children’s Heart Institute’s accredited Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program physicians see patients at the Murray location as well.

Norton Children’s Heart Institute – Murray Pediatric Cardiology Services

  • New patient and follow-up appointments
  • Syncope evaluation and management
  • Pediatric preventive cardiology
  • Adult congenital heart care
  • In-office testing:
    • Electrocardiograms (EKGs)
    • Echocardiograms
    • 24-hour Holter and 14-day event monitors
    • 24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitors

Norton Children’s Heart Institute – Murray

300 S. Eighth St., Suite 208E
Murray, KY 42071

Meet the Team

Lisa Klein, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiology

Brian J Holland, M.D.
Pediatric Cardiology

Why Choose Norton Children’s Heart Institute

The Adult Congenital Heart Association has recognized Norton Children's Heart Institute for its expertise treating adult congenital heart disease.

  • Norton Children’s Hospital has been a pioneer in pediatric cardiothoracic surgery, performing Kentucky’s first pediatric heart transplant in 1986 and becoming the second site in the United States to perform an infant heart transplant.
  • The American Board of Thoracic Surgery has certified our cardiothoracic surgeons in congenital heart surgery.
  • The Adult Congenital Heart Association has accredited Norton Children’s Heart Institute’s Adult Congenital Heart Program as the only comprehensive care center in Kentucky and Indiana treating adults born with a heart defect.
  • More than 5,000 children a year visit Norton Children’s Heart Institute for advanced heart care.
  • Norton Children’s Heart Institute has offices across Kentucky and Southern Indiana to bring quality pediatric heart care closer to home.
  • The Jennifer Lawrence Cardiac Intensive Care Unit (CICU) at Norton Children’s Hospital is the largest dedicated CICU in Kentucky, equipped with 17 private rooms and the newest technology available for heart care.
NCHI – Locations – 7450

Norton Children’s Heart Institute

Pediatric heart care specialists you know and trust, closer to you.

Appointments: (502) 588-7450

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