Meet the Team

Norton Children’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine, a part of Norton Medical Group is dedicated to providing comprehensive high-risk obstetric 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.

W. Cuthrell, M.D.
Jamil Elfarra, M.D.
Helen How, M.D.
Whitney Jamie, M.D.
Thomas Jenkins, M.D.
Lyndsey D. Neese, M.D.
Jonathan Weeks, M.D.
Mureena Turnquest Wells, M.D.
Glenda Babcock, APRN
Alison Bailey, APRN
Tara Blackwell, APRN

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Poison control center: 65 years of preventing illness and death

The Kentucky Poison Control Center of Norton Children’s Hospital has been working to reduce illness and death from poisoning in Kentucky for 65 years. The center provides 24/7 free and confidential access to specially trained […]

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What are brain tumor symptoms in kids?

Brain tumors are growths of abnormal cells that occur in the brain or the tissue or structures near it. Brain tumors can be invasive (destroying nearby tissue or travelling to other spots in the body) […]

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Is poison ivy contagious? How does it spread?

Now that the kids are getting out more, they’re at greater risk of brushing up against some poison ivy and inadvertently spreading its oil on their skin.   Poison ivy doesn’t typically spread from person […]

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Study shows adolescent girls at risk for intimate partner homicide

Nearly half of women who die by homicide in the U.S. are killed by a current or former intimate partner. Now a new study in JAMA Pediatrics shows that adolescent girls are at risk for […]

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Dog bite prevention – even dear pets can become aggressive

Across the nation there are some 800,000 dog bites reported each year. Children and the elderly are especially vulnerable to bites, even from the most innocent of dogs. Last year, 394 children were treated for […]

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