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The board-certified and fellowship-trained specialists with Norton Children’s Cancer Institute, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, provide innovative treatments and comprehensive care for young patients with bleeding, clotting and other benign (noncancerous) hematology conditions.
Our specialists, who also are faculty members at the University of Louisville School of Medicine, have the experience and training to provide a precise diagnosis of your child’s condition. Working with you, we’ll develop a customized treatment plan aimed at getting your child back to being a kid again.
An anemic child doesn’t have enough healthy red blood cells to deliver oxygen throughout the body. Our specialists will devise a treatment for the specific type of anemia affecting your child — whether it’s a temporary or long-term condition, mild or severe.
Our hematologists are trained and equipped to care for a broad range of bleeding and clotting conditions. The Norton Children’s pediatric coagulation center is the largest of its type in Kentucky.
Our specialists are available for immediate consultations about a child’s serious bleeding or clotting issues.
Neutropenia is characterized by reduced levels of white blood cells that fight certain viral and bacterial infections. These white blood cells, called neutrophils, surround and destroy infection.
Even normal bacterial levels put a child with neutropenia at risk for serious infection.
As home to Kentucky’s leading pediatric hematology program, Norton Children’s offers sophisticated care for your child, including: