Norton Cancer Institute – Louisville’s Oncology Leader

Norton Cancer Institute Is the Leading Oncology Practice in Louisville and Southern Indiana.

We offer multidisciplinary oncology care from specialists at the leading edge of cancer treatment.

We strive to make it as easy as possible for you to get care: We have eight outpatient locations, three radiation centers and multiple infusion centers across the Louisville area. We also offer same-day appointments for new patients.

In addition to our current, state-of-the-art therapies, the Norton Cancer Institute – Brownsboro offers radiation oncology, medical oncology and infusion therapy in one convenient location. Other specialties include hematology, neuro-oncology, and surgical oncology.

Reasons why more people choose Norton Cancer Institute:

  • Access to more than 100 specialists, including board-certified and fellowship-trained oncologists
  • Specialists from across Norton Healthcare who work together to ensure the best possible care for you and those who care for you
  • Treatments including surgical, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, immunotherapy and genetic therapies tailored to combat the unique genetic makeup of your cancer
  • Prompt Care Clinics designed especially for providing symptom relief and other care to Norton Cancer Institute patients
  • Access to MyNortonChart to communicate with your provider, manage appointments, refill prescriptions and more anytime from a mobile device or computer
  • A radiation therapy program that sets the standard for precision and excellence in the region
  • Cancer-related clinical trials give you access to the newest therapies

Why choose Norton Cancer Institute

“Achieving excellence in cancer care would not be possible without our team of distinguished cancer specialists and support personnel. Together, our dedication to curing cancer and eliminating suffering will only continue to propel us forward. We will continue to work to discover new treatment options through robust research and offer patients what they need to make the most of life as they heal.”

Joseph M. Flynn, D.O., MPH, FACP
Physician-in-Chief
Norton Cancer Institute

Cancers we treat

Cancers We Treat

We use new approaches to chemotherapy and radiation therapy, as well as the latest developments with genetics and immunotherapy, to offer customized treatment for your cancer.

Patient Support

Patient Support

We care for the whole person. We want to provide patients and their families with care that goes beyond disease treatment alone.

Locations

Locations

From cancer resource centers to outpatient infusion centers to a new Norton Cancer Institute – Brownsboro, you do not need to travel far for advanced cancer care in Louisville and Southern Indiana.

Cancer – 4673

Appointments

Cancer care that isn’t too far from home.

(502) 629-HOPE (4673)


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