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Norton Children’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine, a part of Norton Medical Group is dedicated to providing comprehensive, maternal-fetal medicine (MFM) care for residents of Greater Louisville, Southern Indiana and regional communities. Norton Children’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine provides services at Norton Hospital and Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. More than 9,000 deliveries are performed at these facilities annually.

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For Tamina R.B. Singh, M.D., joy is watching NICU babies grow and thrive

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For Tamina R.B. Singh, M.D., joy is watching NICU babies grow and thrive

Even when she’s delivering the most advanced care to the sickest babies, Tamina R.B. Singh, M.D., medical director of the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Norton Children’s Hospital, never loses sight of the family. […]

Read Full Story

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