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Access Center

For quick access to admissions, transfers and consultations, one phone number is all you need.

(888) 4-U-NORTON/(888) 486-6786

There are times when the patients you serve may require a level of health care that is unavailable in your community. Often these patients are referred to a Norton Healthcare facility in Louisville. Knowing it can be cumbersome for you and your office staff to coordinate a patient’s care from a distance, we are pleased to offer you assistance through the Norton Healthcare Access Center.

The Norton Healthcare Access Center can help with patient admissions, transfers and physician consultation requests. As an added benefit, the access center is staffed by experienced registered nurses 24 hours a day. All it takes is one phone call to (888) 4-U-NORTON/(888) 486-6786.

The Norton Healthcare Access Center provides the following services:

  • Identification of admitting physician and specialists
  • Preregistration and bed placement for patients with serious health care needs
  • Physician-to-physician communication regarding patient care
  • Referrals to specialists in all major fields of medicine
  • Concierge services for patients, families and guests

In addition, the Norton Healthcare Access Center makes it easy for you to remain engaged in your patient’s treatments and progress via RemoteLINK, a special Internet-based system for authorized registered users that provides direct online access to patients’ electronic medical records and diagnostic test results. If you currently do not have access to RemoteLINK, call (888) 4-U-NORTON/(888) 486-6786.

Thank you for putting your trust in Norton Healthcare when your patients need additional care.

If you have any questions about this service, call Traci Head, R.N., director, Norton Healthcare Access Center, at (502) 485-4890.

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