Patient and Family Navigators

Norton Children’s Cancer Institute, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, offers patient and family navigators to help the whole family through the cancer journey. Patient and family navigation services are free.

Patient and family navigators are available to assist with:

  • Education and information related to living a healthy lifestyle
  • Scheduling physician appointments and explaining screenings, procedures, exams, follow-up and lab work
  • Navigating the health care system
  • Coordinating and advocating for your child and family’s physical, emotional and social needs
  • Obtaining referrals to community resources and support services
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Talk to a member of our care team about advanced pediatric cancer care.

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