Norton Children’s Cancer Institute Locations

Addison Jo Blair Cancer Care Center

Located in the west wing on the seventh floor of Norton Children’s Hospital

A generous gift through the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation from the Addison Jo Blair Foundation and Wes and Kelly Blair in honor of their daughter Addison, who lost her battle with cancer, allowed for updates to the oncology unit at Norton Children’s Hospital. The theme reflects the Louisville skyline and Addison’s love of watching planes come and go from Louisville International Airport on their many visits from their Elizabethtown home.

The Cancer Care Center is designed for kids and their families. The unit features:

  • Twelve dedicated oncology beds, five bone marrow transplant beds and three beds for teens and young adults
  • Two playrooms: A separate safe playroom for patients and a family playroom for siblings and guests
  • A full kitchen and refreshment area in the family room
  • Ronald McDonald apartment in the unit for extended stays for bone marrow and stem cell transplant families
  • HEPA air filtration system with positive air pressure to create safe patient environment
  • Internet office area for families
  • Big screen projector for family movie time

Addison Jo Blair Cancer Care Center at Norton Children’s Hospital

231 E. Chestnut St.
Louisville, KY 40201

Norton Children’s Infusion Center

Services provided at our infusion and outpatient unit include chemotherapy, peripheral blood stem cell harvest, apheresis and blood transfusions.

Novak Center for Children’s Health, Suite 444

411 E. Chestnut St.
Louisville, KY 40202
(502) 629-6993

Norton Children’s Cancer Institute – Outpatient Clinic

411 E. Chestnut Street, Fourth Floor
Louisville, KY 40202

(502) 588-3600

Norton Cancer Institute Resource Centers

Because cancer affects the entire family, not just the person diagnosed, we offer a variety of free support services to address the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of all those impacted by the disease.

Audubon

2355 Poplar Level Road, Suite 300
Louisville, KY 40217
(502) 636-8308

Brownsboro

Norton Cancer Institute – Brownsboro
4955 Norton Healthcare Blvd., First Floor
Louisville, KY 40241
(502) 394-6415

Downtown

Medical Towers South, Suite 164
234 E. Gray St.
Louisville, KY 40202
(502) 629-5500

St. Matthews

3991 Dutchmans Lane, Suite 111
Louisville, KY 40207
(502) 899-6888

Southern Indiana

Pat Harrison Resource Center
1206 Spring Street
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
(812) 288-1156

Cancer – 7725

Norton Children’s Cancer Institute

Talk to a member of our care team about advanced pediatric cancer care.

Call (502) 629-7725


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