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Community Outreach

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:

Who should get the whooping cough vaccine before meeting a newborn?

Grandparents, other family members and caregivers need to make sure they’re up to date on the whooping cough (pertussis) vaccine at least two weeks before meeting a newborn to protect against the potentially deadly disease. […]

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Treatment for cluster headaches — ‘The most severe pain’

Cluster headache medication can reduce the extreme pain of these episodic headaches, as well as the frequency. Active periods of cluster headaches can last one week to several months, with pain-free periods of at least […]

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Norton Healthcare sponsors Jaylin Stewart mural at 16th and West Broadway

Norton Healthcare is proud to sponsor a new mural by Louisville artist Jaylin Stewart, located at the corner of 16th Street and West Broadway. “My hope is that it inspires,” Jaylin said. “I hope that […]

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Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital sees mini baby boom

While there isn’t an overall baby boom expected, Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital had a mini boom on Monday, Jan.18, when 32 babies were born. This includes four sets of twins: two sets of girls, […]

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Kentucky sets Maternal Health Awareness Day in effort to reduce pregnancy-related deaths

Kentucky is the fifth state to designate a day calling for action to raise public awareness about the importance of maternal health and to promote maternal safety. Jan. 23 has been set aside to educate […]

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Who should get the whooping cough vaccine before meeting a newborn?

Grandparents, other family members and caregivers need to make sure they’re up to date on the whooping cough (pertussis) vaccine at least two weeks before meeting a newborn to protect against the potentially deadly disease. […]

Read Full Story

Treatment for cluster headaches — ‘The most severe pain’

Cluster headache medication can reduce the extreme pain of these episodic headaches, as well as the frequency. Active periods of cluster headaches can last one week to several months, with pain-free periods of at least […]

Read Full Story

Norton Healthcare sponsors Jaylin Stewart mural at 16th and West Broadway

Norton Healthcare is proud to sponsor a new mural by Louisville artist Jaylin Stewart, located at the corner of 16th Street and West Broadway. “My hope is that it inspires,” Jaylin said. “I hope that […]

Read Full Story

Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital sees mini baby boom

While there isn’t an overall baby boom expected, Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital had a mini boom on Monday, Jan.18, when 32 babies were born. This includes four sets of twins: two sets of girls, […]

Read Full Story

Kentucky sets Maternal Health Awareness Day in effort to reduce pregnancy-related deaths

Kentucky is the fifth state to designate a day calling for action to raise public awareness about the importance of maternal health and to promote maternal safety. Jan. 23 has been set aside to educate […]

Read Full Story

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