Multidisciplinary Clinics

Many children require the care of several specialties for a specific condition at the same time. The coordination of care and time commitment of having multiple appointments can be difficult for some families to manage. Specialists from Norton Children’s Medical Group, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, provide services at multidisciplinary clinics throughout the area so children have access to the expertise available through Norton Children’s Hospital.

Multidisciplinary clinics are designed to combine several specialties into one visit, creating a convenient way to manage your child’s care. Specialists work together to create a coordinated plan for your child and make sure that the entire family or support system is involved with the child’s treatment plan, care and follow-up. Many of these clinics include support from social workers, therapists and care coordinators.

In addition to our Norton Children’s Orthopedics of Louisville offices, our physicians see patients at the following multidisciplinary clinic locations:

 

Norton Children’s Spina Bifida Clinic

Norton Medical Plaza II – Brownsboro, Suite 205

9880 Angies Way
Louisville, KY 40241

(502) 559-SBAK (7225)

 

Norton Children’s Neuroscience Institute

(Muscular Dystrophy Association Clinic)

Children’s Hospital Foundation Building, Suite 505

601 S. Floyd St.
Louisville, KY 40202

(502) 588-3650

 

Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies

(Orthopedic and Spasticity Clinic)

982 Eastern Parkway
Louisville, KY 40217

(502) 635-6397

 

Office for Children With Special Health Care Needs – Louisville

(Orthopedic and Cerebral Palsy Clinic)

310 Whittington Parkway, Suite 200
Louisville, KY 40222

(502) 429-4430

 

Norton Children’s Endocrinology, affiliated with UofL School of Medicine

(Metabolic Bone Clinic)

Norton Medical Plaza II – Brownsboro, Suite 330

9880 Angies Way
Louisville, KY 40241

(502) 588-3400

 

Office for Children With Special Health Care Needs – Owensboro

(Orthopedic Clinic)

1600 Breckenridge St., Suite 1200
Owensboro, KY 42303

(270) 687-7038

Orthopedics – 5678

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