Norton Children’s Pediatrician Offices

Norton Children’s Medical Group, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, offers pediatric primary care at more than 20 locations throughout Louisville and surrounding communities, including Crestwood, Frankfort, Elizabethtown, Shelbyville and Shepherdsville, Kentucky, as well as Southern Indiana. Review the list below to find an office near you. Click on the office’s page to learn more about the practice.

The Norton Children’s Medical Group Difference

Our pediatric providers offer care just for kids and teens. We provide routine well-child checkups and care for minor illnesses and injuries. Additionally, our clinical team has expanded to include licensed clinical pediatric psychologists and social workers to focus on your child’s mental health along with physical development.

  • Expansive network – The largest network of primary care services throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana, with more than 125 pediatric providers.
  • Convenience for your family – Many of our offices offer convenient weekday evening and Saturday morning office hours, as well as same-day appointments for unexpected visits. New patients can be seen within 24 hours.
  • After-hours care – If you have questions about your child’s health after regular business hours, a triage nurse is available when you call your pediatrician’s office.
  • Telehealth appointments – Most offices offer telehealth appointments for children ages 2 and older. If your child is not feeling well, call your pediatrician’s office to discuss appointment options for minor illnesses and conditions. A telehealth appointment can be scheduled for rash; ADHD, anxiety and depression; developmental concerns related to autism; eye issues; allergies; sunburns and skin issues; and other minor conditions.
  • Comprehensive, integrated care – Should your child require surgery, hospitalization or care for a complex illness, our pediatricians are connected to the extensive network of Norton Children’s pediatric specialists. Our pediatricians and specialists coordinate to provide your child with the best possible care.
  • Access to child’s medical records – Through the MyNortonChart website and MyChart app, you have convenient access to portions of your child’s electronic medical record anytime. You can view lab results, manage appointments, review medications and immunizations, send messages to your child’s provider and more. All information is stored securely.
  • Partnership for child wellness and injury prevention – Our pediatrician offices partner with Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness. Many prevention and wellness programs and initiatives are offered right in our offices, including car seat checks, education on safe sleep techniques, fluoride applications and more than a dozen food pantries to address food insecurities in children.

Visit us on a Newbie Night

Norton Children’s Medical Group’s monthly open houses allow you to meet staff and see our pediatric practice locations near you.

*Newbie Nights currently are on hold due to COVID-19. If you are pregnant or new to the Louisville area and need to find a pediatrician office for your child, call an office and we will discuss your options.

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Broadway

230 East Broadway

502-629-8990 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Brownsboro

9880 Angies Way, Suite 400

502-394-6500 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Clarksville

2051 Clevidence Boulevard, Suite B

812-280-6623 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Crestwood

6411 Veterans Memorial Parkway, Suite 200

502-394-6555 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Dixie

4420 Dixie Highway, Suite 126

502-810-3780 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Elizabethtown

1301 Ring Road

270-765-2107 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Dupont

4010 Dupont Circle, Suite 283

502-897-1727 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Fairdale

189 Outer Loop

502-379-8870 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Fern Creek

5721 Bardstown Road

502-231-1144 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Frankfort

4 Physicians Park

502-223-8400 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Germantown

982 Eastern Pkwy

502-588-0700 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Iroquois

5109 New Cut Road

502-361-1197 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Jeffersonville

3118 East 10th Street

812-285-4585 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Jeffersontown

3840 Ruckriegel Parkway, Suite 105

502-261-7227 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Lakeview

100 Mallard Creek Road, Suite 395

502-895-9421 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Middletown

12955 Shelbyville Road

502-254-2223 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Novak Center

411 E Chestnut St, Level 1

502-588-3440 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Okolona

5211 Commerce Crossings Drive

502-966-3918 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Poplar Level

3026 Poplar Level Road

502-636-4929 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Preston

7926 Preston Highway, Suite 210

502-371-0022 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Shelbyville

150 Frankfort Road

502-647-5468 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Shepherdsville

115 Huston Drive, Suite 2

502-955-8979 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Springhurst

10211 Westport Road

502-339-0444 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Stonestreet

9702 Stonestreet Rd, Suite 100

502-588-0610 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Windy Hills

4884 Brownsboro Road

502-896-4459 Location Details

Norton Children's Medical Group – Broadway

230 East Broadway

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Brownsboro

9880 Angies Way, Suite 400

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Clarksville

2051 Clevidence Boulevard, Suite B

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Crestwood

6411 Veterans Memorial Parkway, Suite 200

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Dixie

4420 Dixie Highway, Suite 126

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Elizabethtown

1301 Ring Road

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Dupont

4010 Dupont Circle, Suite 283

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Fairdale

189 Outer Loop

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Fern Creek

5721 Bardstown Road

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Frankfort

4 Physicians Park

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Germantown

982 Eastern Pkwy

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Iroquois

5109 New Cut Road

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Jeffersonville

3118 East 10th Street

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Jeffersontown

3840 Ruckriegel Parkway, Suite 105

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Lakeview

100 Mallard Creek Road, Suite 395

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Middletown

12955 Shelbyville Road

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Novak Center

411 E Chestnut St, Level 1

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Okolona

5211 Commerce Crossings Drive

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Poplar Level

3026 Poplar Level Road

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Preston

7926 Preston Highway, Suite 210

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Shelbyville

150 Frankfort Road

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Shepherdsville

115 Huston Drive, Suite 2

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Springhurst

10211 Westport Road

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Stonestreet

9702 Stonestreet Rd, Suite 100

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Norton Children's Medical Group – Windy Hills

4884 Brownsboro Road

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