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Women’s Health at Norton Healthcare

Every woman is unique, and so is the care she needs. More women in Louisville and Southern Indiana get their health care from Norton Healthcare than any other provider.

When you choose Norton Healthcare, you have a team of specialists who provide you with a lifetime of care. You have access to an entire system of providers — including board-certified and fellowship-trained physicians at 25 locations in Louisville and Southern Indiana. Physicians from across Norton Healthcare, including specialists in breast radiology; cancer; heart; orthopedics; obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN); and urogynecology work together to provide care tailored for you and your family.

Our multidisciplinary approach to women’s health means we know your body is different.


Why Choose Norton Healthcare For Your Health Care

“Women have unique health care needs — we want you to get the care you need. At Norton Healthcare, our board-certified physicians care for girls and teens to all ages and stages of a woman’s life.

Whether it’s a routine well-woman exam, giving birth to your first child or weathering menopause, we’re here for you. Norton Healthcare is committed to providing safe, up-to-date clinical care to women of all backgrounds, ages, ethnicities, sexual orientations and religions.”

Gigi L. Girard, M.D.
OB/GYN
Executive Medical Director
Norton Women’s Care

What We Treat

Comprehensive women’s care

Our gynecology providers treat a full range of conditions and work closely with Norton Healthcare specialists in, cancer, cardiovascular, orthopedics and other specialties.

Patient Support

Women and Baby

We provide you with the care and the safety you need.

Locations

Locations

With 20 locations in Louisville and Southern Indiana, we provide care close to you.

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