Health care professionals
Welcome! Physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other health care professionals can check this page for important resources and information available at Norton Healthcare. You can explore medical journals and the latest medical news, register for continuing medical education activities and use the patient education information and tools.
Physicians may register for continuing medical education, explore the most up-to-date medical news, investigate clinical trial information at Norton Healthcare and utilize important patient education information and tools.
Nurses can access important nurse resource information, stay up-to-date on the latest health care news, register for continuing education and discover exciting new career opportunities.
Norton Healthcare provides physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses and pharmacists the most current information available through quality continuing education activities.
A “learning by doing” ministry is available under Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) supervision in an accredited CPE center. The student gains experience and skills in pastoral care while being closely supervised and participating in integrative educational classes.
CPA Lab, a division of Norton Healthcare, is a local laboratory with a staff of more than 18 board-certified pathologists licensed to practice in Kentucky.
Thomas M. Woodcock, M.D., came to Louisville in 1981 and was one of four founders of what is now Norton Cancer Institute. After almost 40 years as a medical oncologist, Dr. Woodcock plans to retire […]Read Full Story
Norton Healthcare’s five hospitals and Norton Cancer Institute have been named LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leaders by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation for the second year in a row. Norton Healthcare was one of 406 facilities […]Read Full Story
March 2016 was a life-changing time for the Davis family. On March 23, Matt Davis and his wife, Hailey, celebrated the birth of their son, Finley. The next day, Matt learned he had a rare […]Read Full Story
The Louisville Metro Department of Public Health & Wellness announced Monday, Aug. 12, that mosquitoes found in one ZIP code of Jefferson County, Kentucky, are carrying West Nile virus. The affected ZIP code is 40215, […]Read Full Story