Norton Children’s Heart Institute programs
Norton Children’s Heart Institute, affiliated with the University of Louisville, is the leading provider of comprehensive pediatric heart care services in Louisville and Southern Indiana.
The board-certified and fellowship-trained specialists at Norton Children’s Hospital take a team approach to providing heart care to our tiniest patients.
Our team includes maternal-fetal medicine specialists, pediatric cardiothoracic physicians and neonatologists at the area’s only Level 4 neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). The team develops a precise diagnosis and develops a care plan tailored to your baby’s needs.
Norton Children’s Heart Institute provides care for a lifetime. From diagnosing congenital heart defects before birth to caring for adults needing follow-up later in life, we are you and your child’s heart care partner.
Specialized programs at Norton Children’s Heart Institute include:
- Adult Congenital Heart Program
- Cardiac Catheterization Program
- Cardiac Outpatient Program
- Electrophysiology Service
- Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) Program
- Fetal Cardiology Program
- Heart Failure, cardiomyopathy and hearttransplant services
- Inpatient Pediatric Cardiology Care
- Jennifer Lawrence Cardiac Intensive Care Unit
- Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery Program
- Pulmonary hypertension services
For more information on services or to schedule an appointment with the Norton Children’s Heart Institute:
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