Norton Children’s Emergency Medicine Locations

Norton Children’s has locations throughout Greater Louisville to provide children’s emergency care designed “Just for Kids.” Staffed by caring specialists, each of our locations offers 24-hour emergency services and features equipment and facilities to provide care for children from newborns to age 21.

 

Emergency department locations

Open 24 hours, seven days a week

 

Norton Children’s Hospital

231 E. Chestnut St.
Louisville, KY 40202
(502) 629-6000
Norton Children’s Access Center: (502) 629-KIDS

 

Norton Children’s Medical Center

4910 Chamberlain Lane
Louisville, KY 40241
Emergency department: (502) 446-5300

 

Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital

4001 Dutchmans Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
Emergency department: (502) 559-1620

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Norton Children’s Emergency Medicine

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(502) 629-KIDS

Lifelong treatment for congenital heart disease in adults

Walter L. Sobczyk, M.D., pediatric cardiologist with Norton Children’s Heart Institute, affiliated with the University of Louisville, has treated hundreds of children born with life-threatening heart abnormalities. Thanks to advances in surgery and treatment over […]

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9 insider tips to make the most of your Festival of Trees & Lights experience

The Festival of Trees & Lights is celebrating 30 years of sharing holiday cheer and raising funds for technology and exceptional care at Norton Children’s Hospital. To help you get the most out of your […]

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30th annual Snow Ball black tie gala to benefit Norton Children’s Hospital

The Snow Ball, one of the largest annual fundraisers for Norton Children’s Hospital, will be held Saturday, Nov. 23, at the Omni Louisville Hotel. This black tie event is now in its 30th year and, […]

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Pediatrician debunks 5 myths about the flu

Should I get a flu shot? Can you get sick from the flu shot? Does the flu shot work? There are a lot of questions about the flu shot and the flu out there –– and […]

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Type 1 vs. Type 2 diabetes: What’s the difference?

When people talk about the condition diabetes mellitus, they often use just the word “diabetes.” However, diabetes mellitus describes several types of conditions in which a child may develop high blood sugar (blood glucose). There […]

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