Comprehensive Women's Care | Norton Healthcare Louisville, Ky.

Comprehensive Women’s Care

Norton Women’s Care offers a complete range of services with an emphasis on caring for the whole woman — mind, body and spirit. That includes heart, bone, cancer and wellness, in addition to gynecological care at adolescence, pregnancy, motherhood, midlife and beyond.

Our entire system of providers, including board-certified and fellowship-trained physicians at 20 locations in Louisville and Southern Indiana, are available to you. That includes specialists in cancer, heart, orthopedics, obstetrics and gynecology, working together to provide care tailored for you.

We apply our multidisciplinary approach to women’s health with an understanding that your body is different, your symptoms can be different and your care should be different.

That helps explain why more women in Louisville and Southern Indiana get their health care from Norton Healthcare than any other provider.


Why choose Norton Healthcare for your Gynecology Care

“A woman’s health care is different. We bring together the expertise from across Norton Healthcare to treat your unique needs — from bones to heart to gynecology. We are there for your first appointment as a teenager, through midlife and beyond.

Our experience, training and advanced technologies combined with our commitment to you make us the leading provider of women’s care in Louisville and Southern Indiana.”

Jennifer C. Evans, M.D., MPH
System Vice President
Women’s and Pediatric Services

What We Treat

What we treat

We offer a full range of care for women from highly trained specialists using advanced technology.

Patient Support

Patient support

The Marshall Women’s Health & Education Center empowers you to take charge of your health, offering classes and support groups to prepare you for what’s next.

Locations

Locations

We provide care close to you, with 20 locations in Louisville and Southern Indiana.

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