Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Locations

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Norton Children’s provides specialized care for some of our smallest patients in two neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) locations.

Level IV NICU: Norton Children’s Hospital (Downtown Louisville)

The Level IV NICU at Norton Children’s Hospital provides the highest level of care. Newborns from around the region are sent to the Norton Children’s Hospital NICU. We work with the “Just for Kids” Transport Team to take care of babies.

The pediatric surgeons and other providers at Norton Children’s Hospital repair complex birth defects or acquired conditions. We also offer ECMO ECMO (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation) heart-lung bypass.

Norton Children's ECMO Award for Excellence in Life Support, Center of Excellence

As a Level IV NICU, hospital is home to a full range of pediatric medical and surgical subspecialists and pediatric anesthesiologists. Norton Children’s Hospital also provides outreach education to Level I, II and III nurseries throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana.

Level III NICU: Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital (St. Matthews)

The NICU at Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital provides a high level of care for medically fragile newborns. Surgical repair of complex conditions and ECMO are only provided in the NICU at Norton Children’s Hospital in downtown Louisville.

NICU Locations

Downtown Louisville

Norton Children’s Hospital, third floor
231 E. Chestnut St.
Louisville, KY 40202
Phone: (502) 629-5835

St. Matthews

Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital, fourth floor
4001 Dutchmans Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
Phone: (502) 559-4450

Norton Children’s Neonatal Follow-up Clinic Locations

Downtown Louisville

Novak Center for Children’s Health, Level 2
411 E. Chestnut St.
Louisville, KY 40202
Phone: (502) 588-0982

St. Matthews

Norton Medical Plaza 3 – St. Matthews, Suite 606
4123 Dutchmans Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
Phone:

Outreach Clinics

Phone: (502) 588-0982

Bowling Green

Norton Children’s Hospital Outpatient Center
Commonwealth Medical Plaza, Suite 102
720 Second Ave.
Bowling Green, KY 42101

Owensboro

Norton Children’s Hospital Outpatient Center
Breckenridge Medical Plaza, Suite 301
1000 Breckenridge St.
Owensboro, KY 42303

Paducah

Norton Children’s Hospital Outpatient Center
2605 Kentucky Ave., Suite 102
Paducah, KY 42001

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