Working Together to Improve Pediatric Care

Joining Together for Healthier Children and Communities

Norton Healthcare and the University of Louisville have a long-standing relationship in pediatric services. Our dedicated providers work side-by-side every day at Norton Children’s Hospital to ensure that our community’s children receive the quality health care they deserve.

Russell F. Cox
President and Chief Executive Officer of Norton Healthcare
Russ Cox

Norton Children's Hospital

Press Release

Norton Healthcare, UofL School of Medicine, UofL Physicians – Pediatrics have officially signed an agreement that will combine resources.

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