As we celebrate Black History Month, Norton Healthcare embraces not only the cultural diversity that makes the organization strong, but the impact that employees make on the lives of others.
The spread of flu in the 15-county Louisville and Southern Indiana area slowed last week with a 26% drop in new diagnoses
Flora Ponder was one of the first two African American students admitted to the University of Louisville School of Nursing in 1954.
After a day of feeling “off,” Norton Healthcare President and CEO Russell F. Cox went to the emergency department at Norton Brownsboro Hospital.
Cancer journey has turned survivor into an advocate for awareness.
Limited showers, hot conditions and food with a 10-year shelf life sometimes can have Capt. Olivia Benzing, R.N., wondering about her decision to serve in the U.S. Army Reserve. Then she remembers.
The nominees are both members of Synergy, Norton Healthcare’s African American employee resource group, and are examples of commitment to the community.
The Get Healthy Walking Club offers members early access to the Louisville Zoo March 1 to Oct. 31, from 8 to 9:30 a.m.
David L. Doering, M.D., to help women with access to treatments for gynecology issues
Respiratory therapists manage a patient’s airways and address oxygenation and ventilation; medication administration; intubation; and critical status of acute respiratory conditions.
‘The screening saved my life. If you’re a former smoker, you need to know about this.’
Hip dislocations like the one suffered by University of Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa are more common in auto wrecks, but can occur in high-speed contact sports collisions.
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