Palliative Care Program Specialists | Norton Healthcare Louisville, Ky.

Norton Palliative Care Program Meet Our Team

If you are hospitalized with a serious or life-threatening illness, the Norton Palliative Care Program at Norton Audubon Hospital and Norton Hospital is available to help with your emotional, physical, spiritual, cultural and social needs. Palliative care team members are specially trained in managing pain and symptoms as well as providing emotional and spiritual support.

Other Providers

  • Lacey Exton, LCSW
  • Dorothy Hickerson LCSW
  • Jennifer S. Jones, RN
  • Elysia Williams, LCSW Social Worker
Palliative Care

Norton Palliative Care Program

(502) 629-2806

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