Norton Children’s Hospitalist Care Team

Norton Children’s hospitalists offer comprehensive care for children with common and complex medical conditions. Meet the Norton Children’s hospitalist team.


Collaborating with UofL Physicians for your child’s care

We work with providers from UofL Physicians to offer highly skilled care for your child. Norton Children’s Hospital serves as the primary pediatric teaching facility for the University of Louisville School of Medicine. These doctors are professors and active researchers helping to advance medical care through clinical research and education.


Pediatric hospitalists

Jeffrey T. Grill, M.D. – Division Chief

Laura B. Bishop, M.D.

Kimberly A. Boland, M.D.

Maria T. Bowling, M.D.

Julianna R. Brown, M.D.

Kendra S. Cloyd, M.D.

C. Tania Condurache, M.D.

Kelly C. Dauk, M.D.

Corrie A. Harris, M.D.

Bethany F. Hodge, M.D.

Amy L. Holthouser, M.D.

Andrea L. Krause, M.D.

Sara M. Multerer, M.D.

Jennifer R. Olges, M.D.

George C. Rodgers Jr., M.D., Ph.D.

Klint M. Schwenk, M.D.

Emily J. Tan, M.D.

Jennifer H. Tasman, M.D.

Rebecca L. Taulbee, M.D.

Navjyot K. Vidwan, M.D.

Laura L. Voegele, M.D.

Laura C. Workman, M.D.

Hospitalist – 5437

Norton Children’s Hopitalists

Call for information

(502) 629-KIDS

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