Pediatric Oncology Outpatient Care

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Norton Children’s Cancer Institute, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, offers a pediatric oncology outpatient program that helps children with cancer and their families receive the care they need while resuming their education and home life.

Norton Children’s Infusion Center

This contemporary center offers a variety of treatments, including chemotherapy, blood transfusions, platelet transfusions, intravenous antibiotics, plus hydration and electrolyte replacement for oncology and blood disorders patients. Families get easy access to infusion therapy with no need for an overnight stay. Certified nursing teams work together to provide care based on each patient’s needs. Patient rooms are well-equipped with the patient’s comfort in mind and plenty of seating for family, friends and visitors. Our team also provides care for adults, which allows patients and families to avoid having to change to a new facility as they grow up.

Norton Children’s Cancer Institute Outpatient Clinic

The Norton Children’s Cancer Institute Outpatient Clinic in the Novak Center for Children’s Health stresses assigns a primary physician for each patient, ensuring that patient and family have a team of providers who know their case. The outpatient clinic treats more than 1,300 patients for cancer and blood disorders each year while providing the comfort that comes with seeing the same team each time.

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