Meet the Norton Children’s Urology Team

Our pediatric urology specialists offer children from newborn 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 being one of the only offices in the area to offer in-office ultrasound and advanced leading technology with video urodynamics and sedation capability.

Dennis S. Peppas, M.D.
Chief of Urology

Jeffrey White, M.D., PhD
Eran Rosenberg, M.D.
Mary Jeanne Foster, APRN
Erin R. Berkley-Sizemore, APRN
Ann Muth, APRN

UofL Physicians- Pediatric Urology

(502) 588-4740
Ahmad Z. Mohamed, M.D., PhD

Urology – 1670

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(502) 559-1670


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Is poison ivy contagious? How does it spread?

Now that the kids are getting out more, they’re at greater risk of brushing up against some poison ivy and inadvertently spreading its oil on their skin.   Poison ivy doesn’t typically spread from person […]

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Study shows adolescent girls at risk for intimate partner homicide

Nearly half of women who die by homicide in the U.S. are killed by a current or former intimate partner. Now a new study in JAMA Pediatrics shows that adolescent girls are at risk for […]

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Dog bite prevention – even dear pets can become aggressive

Across the nation there are some 800,000 dog bites reported each year. Children and the elderly are especially vulnerable to bites, even from the most innocent of dogs. Last year, 394 children were treated for […]

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