COVID-19 Resources | Norton Healthcare Louisville, Ky.

COVID-19 Resources

As the situation surrounding the new coronavirus/COVID-19 continues to evolve, patient and employee safety remains our top priority. We have plans and protocols in place that are consistent with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and we continue to modify them as appropriate. Communication is crucial during this time of evolving information. Documents and resources are updated daily.

Please visit Nsite, Norton Healthcare’s intranet, for updated resources, documents, information, and videos.

Resources

Stress and coronavirus pandemic may be driving uptick in migraines

If the last several months have given you a headache, you’re not alone. Brian M. Plato, D.O., FAHS, neurologist and headache specialist with Norton Neuroscience Institute, warns that the outbreak of the coronavirus/COVID-19 may be […]

Read Full Story

COVID-19 hospitalizations increase at Norton Healthcare, but cases less severe

Hospitalizations for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, have increased at Louisville’s largest health care system in recent weeks, but cases are generally less severe, according to the head of Norton Infectious Diseases Institute. […]

Read Full Story

COVID-19 transmission risk for moms and babies

As the coronavirus outbreak continues, the medical community learns more about how it affects certain populations. A study released July 9 by the University of Milan in Italy found the coronavirus and antibodies against it […]

Read Full Story

Answers to questions Norton Cancer Institute patients may have about coronavirus

As a cancer patient or someone who has completed treatment, you may be at greater risk from the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Norton Cancer Institute and all of Norton Healthcare have developed a series of […]

Read Full Story

Allergies or coronavirus?

Right now, it seems like every little sniffle or cough is cause for alarm. But before you worry that you could have the coronavirus/COVID-19, remember that it just might be allergies. With grass pollen and […]

Read Full Story
Related Stories

Stress and coronavirus pandemic may be driving uptick in migraines

If the last several months have given you a headache, you’re not alone. Brian M. Plato, D.O., FAHS, neurologist and headache specialist with Norton Neuroscience Institute, warns that the outbreak of the coronavirus/COVID-19 may be […]

Read Full Story

COVID-19 hospitalizations increase at Norton Healthcare, but cases less severe

Hospitalizations for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, have increased at Louisville’s largest health care system in recent weeks, but cases are generally less severe, according to the head of Norton Infectious Diseases Institute. […]

Read Full Story

COVID-19 transmission risk for moms and babies

As the coronavirus outbreak continues, the medical community learns more about how it affects certain populations. A study released July 9 by the University of Milan in Italy found the coronavirus and antibodies against it […]

Read Full Story

Answers to questions Norton Cancer Institute patients may have about coronavirus

As a cancer patient or someone who has completed treatment, you may be at greater risk from the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Norton Cancer Institute and all of Norton Healthcare have developed a series of […]

Read Full Story

Allergies or coronavirus?

Right now, it seems like every little sniffle or cough is cause for alarm. But before you worry that you could have the coronavirus/COVID-19, remember that it just might be allergies. With grass pollen and […]

Read Full Story

Search our entire site.

Schedule an Appointment

Select an appointment date and time from available spots listed below.