The Norton Children’s difference
Norton Children’s Hospital’s cancer care program is one of the oldest oncology programs in the U.S. that has been continuously accredited by the American College of Surgeons’ Commission on Cancer. Backed by nearly 60 years of pediatric expertise, NCCI has a proven cancer care team that integrates the different disciplines of leading cancer specialists, including oncologists, surgeons, nurses, social workers, chaplains, behaviorists, therapists and pharmacists. This skilled, multidisciplinary team is entirely focused on the needs of your child and your family.
In addition, Norton Children’s Cancer Institute is home to:
- Kentucky’s only multidisciplinary pediatric brain tumor program
- The state’s only stem cell transplant program specifically for children
- The state’s only pediatric apheresis and photopheresis programs
- One of the few ocular oncology programs in the U.S.
- An immunotherapy and cancer vaccine program
- One of the country’s largest sickle cell anemia treatment programs
- The state’s only Adolescent and Young Adult Program and transition clinic
- Life after cancer survivorship program
- Pediatric bleeding and clotting program (hemostasis and thrombosis)
We treat all forms of pediatric cancer and blood disorders
Whether your child experiences a rare tumor or a blood disorder, if they need a bone marrow transplant or surgery, we provide care that treats the whole child with a focus on limiting any long-term effects. No matter your child’s age when diagnosed, there is age-appropriate care and support to guide them as they grow.
Common conditions we treat: