Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics and Genetics Locations

Norton Children’s provides developmental-behavioral pediatrics and genetics care for children with a wide range of genetic and developmental or behavioral conditions. Our multidisciplinary team is made up of developmental-behavioral pediatricians, child psychologists, speech therapists, occupational therapists and social workers with the experience and training to provide care that’s “Just for Kids.”

Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics and Genetics Locations

Norton Children’s Mental and Behavioral Health
Norton Medical Plaza II – Brownsboro, Suite 330
9880 Angies Way
Louisville, KY 40241
502-588-0800

Norton Children’s Weisskopf Center-Development
Norton Medical Plaza II – Brownsboro, Suite 330
9880 Angies Way
Louisville, KY 40241
(502)-588-0850

Norton Children’s Autism Center
1405 E. Burnett Ave.
Louisville, KY 40217
(502) 588-8522

Novak Center for Children’s Health, Level 2 (check-in)
411 E. Chestnut St.
Louisville, KY 40202
(502) 588-0850

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(502) 629-KIDS

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