Meet the Norton Children’s Gynecology Team

Norton Children’s Gynecology, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, has highly skilled pediatric and adolescent gynecologists who understand girls and teens need care that’s designed just for them.

Our specialists work with girls and teens to navigate the normal changes and ups and downs that happen before, during and after puberty.

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