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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.

Lyndsey D. Neese, M.D.

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