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Norton Healthcare Careers

Discover a place to grow and belong.

There are so many places to belong when you choose a career at Norton Healthcare.

Norton Healthcare is Louisville’s fourth largest employer, providing care at more than 250 locations. The Louisville-based not-for-profit system includes five Louisville hospitals, seven outpatient centers, 15 Norton Immediate Care Centers and more than 15,000 employees.

From women’s services to cardiac care; brain surgery to labor and delivery, Norton Healthcare supports care in a variety of specialties — giving you the opportunity to find a location and role that best fit you.

In addition, Norton Healthcare provides a supportive employee culture that includes competitive benefits, workforce development, career learning, an employee wellness program, employee resource groups and more.


Why Choose Norton Healthcare

Katie’s advice to new nursing grads who are starting their careers.

“Work for an organization that has your back. Work for an organization that is willing to teach you, that is enthusiastic about teaching you.”

Katie, R.N.


Career Areas

Norton Healthcare offers a wide array of career paths, from nurses and health care providers to finance and administrative positions.

Application Process

Learn more about our recruitment and application process including frequently asked questions.

Why Norton Healthcare?

We are focused on creating a strong employee culture led by the Norton Way — a roadmap to creating a positive Norton Experience for our patients, guests and employees.

Students in Health Care

Norton Healthcare is committed to developing and maintaining student education programs focused on developing a strong health care workforce in Greater Louisville.

Awards and Recognition

Norton Healthcare is consistently recognized as a leading employer by several media outlets and organizations.

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Norton Healthcare names three physicians as medical directors for community outreach

Crystal D. Narcisse, M.D., internal medicine physician and pediatrician; Maria F. Nota, M.D., pediatrician; and Steven Patton, D.O., family medicine physician, all have been named medical directors of community outreach for Norton Healthcare. The three […]

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Generations of inspiration help health care worker rise to the COVID-19 challenge

Chandra Weathers got her drive to succeed from two very important women in her life — her mother and grandmother. “They instilled in me a drive to do great things, to make a difference and […]

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Down syndrome doesn’t define James

World Down Syndrome Day is marked every year on March 21 to help raise awareness and advocate for equitable inclusion of those with Down syndrome. The date — the 21st day of the third month […]

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Military training helped chief nursing officer learn leadership, adaptability

Regina Hymer, DNP, R.N., CENP, came from a military family and proudly followed her father and sister into service. Regina wasn’t really sure what her calling was until she enlisted to become a medic in […]

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Shelbyville nurse practitioner in big football game commercial

It was another championship when the commercials were at times better than the game. That was especially true for those who know Lecresha Sewell, APRN. Lecresha was featured in a commercial promoting the Kentucky Educational […]

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Norton Healthcare names three physicians as medical directors for community outreach

Crystal D. Narcisse, M.D., internal medicine physician and pediatrician; Maria F. Nota, M.D., pediatrician; and Steven Patton, D.O., family medicine physician, all have been named medical directors of community outreach for Norton Healthcare. The three […]

Read Full Story

Generations of inspiration help health care worker rise to the COVID-19 challenge

Chandra Weathers got her drive to succeed from two very important women in her life — her mother and grandmother. “They instilled in me a drive to do great things, to make a difference and […]

Read Full Story

Down syndrome doesn’t define James

World Down Syndrome Day is marked every year on March 21 to help raise awareness and advocate for equitable inclusion of those with Down syndrome. The date — the 21st day of the third month […]

Read Full Story

Military training helped chief nursing officer learn leadership, adaptability

Regina Hymer, DNP, R.N., CENP, came from a military family and proudly followed her father and sister into service. Regina wasn’t really sure what her calling was until she enlisted to become a medic in […]

Read Full Story

Shelbyville nurse practitioner in big football game commercial

It was another championship when the commercials were at times better than the game. That was especially true for those who know Lecresha Sewell, APRN. Lecresha was featured in a commercial promoting the Kentucky Educational […]

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