Norton Children’s Urology

The pediatric urology specialists with Norton Children’s Urology, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, offer children from newborns to age 18 comprehensive care and state-of-the-art tests for diagnosing and managing a wide range of urological conditions. We make it easier for our patients by offering in-house ultrasound and advanced technology with video urodynamics and sedation capabilities, as well as pediatric urological robotic surgery.

Collaborating With UofL School of Medicine For Your Child’s Care

Our providers offer comprehensive urological care for your child. Our physicians are professors and active researchers helping advance medical care in the 21st century through clinical research and education. Norton Children’s Hospital serves as the primary pediatric teaching facility for the University of Louisville School of Medicine.

We Care For All Pediatric Urological Conditions

Our team of providers specializes in caring for issues affecting the kidneys, testicles, penis, urinary tract and bladder, including:

Special Services, Equipment and Capabilities

  • Biofeedback training
  • Counseling for pregnant women carrying a baby diagnosed with a kidney abnormality
  • Full line of infant and child endoscopy and cytoscopy equipment
  • In-office circumcision for newborns
  • Kidney transplantation
  • Management of end-stage renal disease
  • Peritoneal dialysis and hemodialysis
  • Renal biopsy
  • State-of-the-art urodynamic testing equipment, which allows us to diagnose and more accurately treat many bladder abnormalities
  • Ultrafiltration
  • Urodynamic evaluation
The Adult Congenital Heart Association has recognized Norton Children's Heart Institute for its expertise treating adult congenital heart disease.

Verified Level I Children’s Surgery Center

  • Norton Children’s Hospital is verified as a Level I Children’s Surgery Center by the American College of Surgeons Children’s Surgery Verification (ACS CSV) Quality Improvement Program.
  • The ACS CSV program was developed to improve the quality of children’s surgical care. CSV standards ensure that children needing surgery receive care under a multidisciplinary program with quality improvement and safety processes, data collection and appropriate resources provided to them as patients at the hospital.
  • Our commitment to quality care begins with appropriately trained staff and leadership from surgeons who participate in meetings throughout the year to review the hospital’s surgical outcomes. The surgical team seeks continuous improvement to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients.
Urology – 1670

Norton Children’s Urology

Want to schedule an appointment with Norton Children’s Urology?

(502) 559-1670


Information on conditions unique to girls and young women can be found at
Norton Children’s
Gynecology

How to potty train your toddler with patience and fun

Before you begin to learn how to potty train your toddler, consider when to start toilet training. The child having dry diapers and the ability to pull up and down their pants are some key [...]

Read Full Story

Laura B. Cornwell, M.D., returns home to help kids with urinary conditions

Laura B. Cornwell, M.D., hadn’t set her sights on a career in medicine until midway through high school. The Louisville native traveled to Chicago, Illinois, to visit her older sister, who was then in her […]

Read Full Story

New robots helping Norton Children’s urologists perform procedures like pyeloplasty

State-of-the-art robots are assisting surgeons at Norton Children’s Urology, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, offering minimally invasive procedures while dramatically reducing recovery times for children undergoing surgery, such as a pyeloplasty. “Using robots […]

Read Full Story

Your child wets the bed? Here’s how to help stay dry through the night

For most families, having a child who wets the bed is a common part of childhood. But bed-wetting can be frustrating and uncomfortable for you and your child. It’s often difficult to know when bed-wetting […]

Read Full Story

My toddler has blood in their urine. What’s wrong?

If you notice blood in your toddler’s urine, it can be cause for concern. Blood in urine, called hematuria, is when the kidneys or other parts of the urinary tract allow blood to leak into […]

Read Full Story
Related Stories

How to potty train your toddler with patience and fun

Before you begin to learn how to potty train your toddler, consider when to start toilet training. The child having dry diapers and the ability to pull up and down their pants are some key [...]

Read Full Story

Laura B. Cornwell, M.D., returns home to help kids with urinary conditions

Laura B. Cornwell, M.D., hadn’t set her sights on a career in medicine until midway through high school. The Louisville native traveled to Chicago, Illinois, to visit her older sister, who was then in her […]

Read Full Story

New robots helping Norton Children’s urologists perform procedures like pyeloplasty

State-of-the-art robots are assisting surgeons at Norton Children’s Urology, affiliated with the UofL School of Medicine, offering minimally invasive procedures while dramatically reducing recovery times for children undergoing surgery, such as a pyeloplasty. “Using robots […]

Read Full Story

Your child wets the bed? Here’s how to help stay dry through the night

For most families, having a child who wets the bed is a common part of childhood. But bed-wetting can be frustrating and uncomfortable for you and your child. It’s often difficult to know when bed-wetting […]

Read Full Story

My toddler has blood in their urine. What’s wrong?

If you notice blood in your toddler’s urine, it can be cause for concern. Blood in urine, called hematuria, is when the kidneys or other parts of the urinary tract allow blood to leak into […]

Read Full Story

Search our entire site.