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Brain Tumor Center Locations

Norton Healthcare Brain Tumor Center

Norton Cancer Institute – Brownsboro
Second Floor
4955 Norton Healthcare Blvd.
Louisville, KY 40241
(502) 629-4440

About the Brain Tumor Center

The Brain Tumor Center is located on the second floor of Norton Cancer Institute – Brownsboro, a state-of-the-art care facility that opened in 2018. Features that set Norton Cancer Institute – Brownsboro apart include:

  • Streamlined registration and preregistration through the use of electronic registration and self-check-in kiosks.
  • Curved main corridors and strategic use of colors, textures and materials to facilitate wayfinding.
  • The combined use of natural daylight and 100% LED lighting to support a more natural, less clinical feel.
  • White noise and music in key locations, along with special ceiling tiles and recycled denim insulation to dampen noise and enhance acoustics.
  • Improved efficiency through the use of collaborative care “team rooms” and infusion rooms designed as pods around centrally located nursing stations.
  • Amenities such as personal technology charging stations, central nourishment stations, wireless internet access, a meditation room, healing garden and bistro.

Norton Cancer Institute – Brownsboro was made possible by generous donors to the Norton Healthcare Foundation.

Brain Tumor Care That’s Focused on You

The Brain Tumor Center, a collaboration of Norton Neuroscience Institute and Norton Cancer Institute, features:

  • A patient navigator dedicated to brain tumor patients and their families acts as a patient advocate through diagnosis, treatment and beyond.
  • Our multidisciplinary approach ensures your case benefits from the viewpoints of specialists from a broad array of expertise, experience and training.
  • The various specialists who treat your brain tumor are in the same location, allowing you to schedule multiple appointments for the same day, in the same location.
  • Counselors provide compassionate, friendly guidance to patients whose finances have been upended by their diagnosis.
  • From robotics to the latest in immunology and clinical trials, sophisticated treatments offer our patients the benefits of precisely reducing or eliminating brain tumors while protecting healthy brain tissue.
  • Communicate with your provider, manage appointments, refill prescriptions and more anytime from a computer or mobile device with a free MyNortonChart account.
Brain Tumor Center – 6350

Brain Tumor Center

Talk to a member of the Brain Tumor Center staff or schedule an appointment.

Call (502) 394-6350


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