Meet the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Team

Collaborating With University of Louisville Physicians for Your Care

Norton Children’s works with providers from UofL Physicians to provide the best possible care for your child. These doctors are professors and active researchers helping to advance medical care in the 21st century with clinical research and education. Norton Children’s Hospital serves as the primary pediatric teaching facility for the University of Louisville School of Medicine.

David H. Adamkin, M.D.
Chitra Arumugam, M.D.
Mallory Bartram, PA-C
Heather F. Brown, M.D.
Shannon Evans, M.D.
Elizabeth A. Schumacher, Ph.D.
Leslie A. Schuschke, M.D.
Jonathan Malowitz, M.D.
Edward F. O’Neil, M.D.

Nurse Practitioners

Leann Baker, MSN, APRN
Tracey Brink, APRN
Rhonda Chess, APRN
Heather Gusic, APRN
Ginger Harrell, APRN
Jennifer Hockensmith, APRN
Theresa Houchens, APRN
Brandi Hubbuch, APRN
Kim Knott, APRN
Mary Jo Metrick, APRN
Amber Missi, APRN
Fran Morabito, APRN
Mary Nicole Moseley, APRN
Susan Patel, APRN
Emily Pinkham, APRN
David Price, APRN
Marianne Sigda, APRN
Lynda Sugg, APRN
Haley Ward, APRN
Amy Watson-Reese, APRN
Lisa White, APRN
Sharon Wilcox, APRN
Stephanie Wolford, APRN

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