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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Learn more about the affiliation that will combine resources to strengthen and enhance medical care for children.

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Norton Children’s Hospital attains national verification from the American College of Surgeons

Norton Children’s Hospital has been verified as a Level I Children’s Surgery Center by the American College of Surgeons Children’s Surgery Verification Quality Improvement Program. The verification means Norton Children’s Hospital meets standards that ensure […]

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Pediatric gynecologist lends expertise at spina bifida clinic

As a medical student, Kimberly S. Huhmann, M.D., was interested in both pediatrics and obstetrics/gynecology. It was during her residency that Dr. Huhmann started considering combining her interests as a pediatric and adolescent gynecology specialist. […]

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Norton Children’s Hospital opens newly renovated pediatric intensive care unit

Norton Healthcare cut the ribbon on its newly renovated Norton Children’s Hospital pediatric intensive care unit (PICU), marking the completion of a $78 million expansion and renovation project to improve critical care services for children […]

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Social gender affirmation may help lessen depression, anxiety in gender diverse children

Transgender children are more at risk for depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts and suicide attempts than their non-transgender peers, according to researchers. Social transitioning, or social gender affirmation, is a way for children to express their […]

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Baby poop: What is normal and what’s not

Baby poop can be a source of concern for new and veteran parents. If you’ve spent time searching for information about specific colors or textures to understand if it’s normal or abnormal, this is for […]

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