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Norton Healthcare System

Main number: (502) 629-1234
Billing: (502) 479-6300
Preregistration: (502) 629-5137
Find a doctor: (502) 629-1234
Request medical records: (502) 629-8766
Guest services: (502) 629-5150
Diagnostic test scheduling (centralized scheduling): (502) 629-8917
Patient information: (502) 629-6100
Classes and events: (502) 629-1234
Chaplain: (502) 629-2103

Kentucky Poison Control Center of Norton Children’s Hospital

General Information: (800) 222-1222

Prevention and Wellness

Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness: (502) 629-7358
Norton Healthcare Prevention & Wellness: (502) 899-6842

Norton Healthcare Human Resources

General Information: (502) 629-8911

Norton Healthcare Foundation, Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation, and Memorials and Gifts

General Information: (502) 629-8060

Media Relations

General Information: (502) 629-8070

Norton Audubon Hospital

Main number: (502) 636-7111
Pharmacy: (502) 636-8790
Gift shop: (502) 636-7294

Norton Brownsboro Hospital

Main number: (502) 446-8000
Pharmacy: (502) 446-8800
Gift shop: (502) 446-8120

Norton Children’s Hospital

Main number: (502) 629-6000
Gift shop: (502) 629-6120

Norton Hospital

Main number: (502) 629-8000
Pharmacy: (502) 629-3800
Gift shop: (502) 629-6121

Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital

Main number: (502) 893-1000
Pharmacy: (502) 559-1710
Specialty Pharmacy: (502) 550-1310
Gift shop: (502) 893-1009

Norton Children’s Medical Center

Main number: (502) 446-5000

Norton Healthcare Pavilion

Main number: (502) 629-2000

Novak Center for Children’s Health

Main number: (502) 629-5437

Norton Immediate Care Centers

General information: (502) 629-4444
Dixie: (502) 449-6444
Dupont: (502) 559-1855
Fern Creek: (502) 239-8431
Heartland (Elizabethtown): (270) 769-2273
Highlands: (502) 459-3991
LaGrange: (502) 225-6920
Lyndon: (502) 423-7911
Middletown: (502) 244-5827
Preston: (502) 964-4357
Shelbyville: (502) 844-2890
Shepherdsville: (502) 957-6434
Tyler Retail Village (Jeffersontown): (502) 261-1565
Clarksville, Indiana: (812) 282-1720
Jeffersonville, Indiana: (812) 280-9355
New Albany, Indiana: (812) 949-5749

Norton Diagnostic Centers

Dupont: (502) 896-2120
Fern Creek: (502) 753-3390

Miscellaneous Services

Norton Cancer Institute Resource Centers: (502) 629-HOPE (4673)
Norton Infusion Centers (all locations): (502) 629-5153
Norton Neuroscience Institute Resource Center: (502) 559-3230
Norton Sleep Centers: (502) 394-6360
Vascular Access Center: (502) 636-8866
Norton Wound Healing Centers: (502) 636-8380
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