Our commitment to our community is perhaps nowhere more apparent than in our multi-million dollar contribution to the well-being of those we call our neighbors, friends and loved ones.
Not only do we invest time and money in our staff, technology and buildings, we invest in research, education and our community’s overall health and well-being.
Read more about our investments in our online Report to Our Community.
We also partner with the University of Louisville School of Medicine to train more than 100 medical residents each year. And we perform more clinical research trials than any other health care organization in the region. That helps attract first-rate faculty and bring new medical technologies to Louisville.
A healthy Norton. A healthy community. The two have always been linked. It’s a tradition we will continue.
Here are some of the ways you can connect to the Norton Healthcare mission:
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