Norton Children’s Medical Associates

You know Norton Children’s Hospital for high-quality specialty care for kids. But did you know that you can find a pediatrician who provides the same level of care at a Norton Children’s Medical Associates pediatrics practice near you?

Norton Children’s pediatricians offer care just for kids and teens without having to travel outside of your community.

Our trusted pediatricians provide routine well checks and care for minor illnesses and injuries, often with same-day appointments. If your child ever requires surgery, a hospital stay or care for a complex illness, your child’s doctor is already connected to the specialists at Norton Children’s Hospital. They work as a team to provide your child with the best possible care.

Your growing child

At Norton Children’s, we know you have a lot of questions about your child’s development. Below are a few resources to help you navigate your child’s growth and development.

For more information about your child’s health, visit our for Kids Health Library, Teen Health Library and Parents Health Library.

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Find a pediatrician with virtual Newbie Night

Despite the change in many of our daily routines during the COVID-19 pandemic, babies are still being born, and those newborns still need medical care. Our Norton Children’s Medical Associates offices are open and seeing patients, but […]

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Skip the waiting room, follow-ups by video call: Medical care resumes with safeguards

Appointments with your child’s health care providers are changing, and new options may be around long after the coronavirus threat has passed. For Madeleine Wardell, APRN, pediatric nurse practitioner, the waiting room at Norton Children’s […]

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Norton Children’s Medical Associates adding prescriptive food pantry to more locations

Many families in Louisville and Southern Indiana struggle to provide healthy meals for children. This is due to many factors, including cost, living in a “food desert” — an area where it’s difficult to find […]

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Questions and answers about pediatrician’s office visits

Phase 1 of Kentucky’s Healthy at Work plan called for the reopening of nonurgent/nonemergency health care services, diagnostic radiology and laboratory services on April 27. The plan also recommends that telehealth appointments should be used […]

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How to help a constipated baby

Constipation in infants is something parents often ask their child’s pediatrician about. Is their child having a bowel movement often enough? What does constipation look like in an infant? Here’s how you can help an […]

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