Cancer Pharmacy Services

By providing convenient access to medications, customized patient support programs and specialized pharmacist consultations, Norton Cancer Institute offers optimal, continuous and coordinated treatment for Norton Cancer Institute patients.

Patients who use the specialty pharmacy receive their cancer medications faster than from other area pharmacies, where availability is often limited. This minimizes delays in treatment, ensuring patients have what they need to begin or continue the healing process.

Our pharmacy services include:

Convenient access to oncology medications

  • Complete list of oncology treatments with minimal waiting
  • Mail delivery to your home within 24 to 72 hours, or you may pick up medications in Louisville
  • We can process insurance claims and coordinate with patient billing and government programs
  • Treatment can start right away
  • Refills can be delivered within 24 to 72 hours

Customized patient support programs

  • Follow-up treatment counseling program for oncology patients
  • Pharmacy refill program reminds you when refills are due and coordinates provider visits
  • Education on how to best follow treatment
  • Help with applying for assistance with medication costs

Specialized pharmaceutical expertise

  • Pharmacists assist patients with treatment questions
  • Patient treatment counseling when medications are dispensed
  • Toll-free number for questions
  • Integrated approach to care
  • Physicians, nurses and pharmacists work together to address treatment issues
  • Pharmacists have complete access to medical records, allowing for tailored therapy

For more information on Norton Cancer Institute Pharmacy Services:

Norton Specialty Pharmacy
Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital
First floor (across from main elevators)
4001 Dutchmans Lane
Louisville, KY 40207
(502) 559-1310
(866) 616-8088 (toll-free)

Cancer – 4673

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Cancer care that isn’t too far from home.

(502) 629-HOPE (4673)


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