Follow-up for bariatric patients who need a new provider

Norton Healthcare’s bariatric surgeons offer follow-up care to patients whose surgeons are no longer practicing, who are unhappy with their current situation or whose insurance has changed. We routinely see patients who have undergone gastric […]

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Kentuckiana Pulmonary Associates join Norton Healthcare

Former Kentuckiana Pulmonary Associates practices are now a part of Norton Healthcare. This acquisition adds 22 providers and four offices to Norton Pulmonary Specialists, for a total of seven locations. Amadeo L. Abraham, M.D. Pulmonology […]

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November 2020 Norton Medical Group new providers

Blakely D. Kute, M.D. Oncology/Hematology Norton Cancer Institute Bryan Davis, Psy.D. Behavioral Medicine/Primary Care Norton Neuroscience Institute Donna Robinson, APRN Pain Medicine Norton Pain Management Hannah Francis, M.D. Internal Medicine and General Pediatrics Norton Inpatient […]

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Neuro-oncologist brings mix of research experience, passion for physician-patient relationship

As a neuro-oncologist with Norton Cancer Institute, Kaylyn Sinicrope, M.D., treats brain tumors and other neurological conditions related to cancer. Dr. Sinicrope said she was attracted to oncology by the deep doctor-patient relationships that are […]

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New drugs for MS patients

In the past year, patients with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis (MS) have gotten three new treatment options. Mavenclad (cladribine) is the most groundbreaking of the new drugs, in my opinion, due to its unique […]

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When referring heart failure patients, earlier is better

Knowing when to refer a heart failure patient for specialist care can be crucial, according to Bassel Alkhalil, M.D., medical director of Norton Heart & Vascular Institute’s mechanical circulatory support program. In general, earlier is […]

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One-year results of LAANTERN epilepsy study show seizure improvements

A new study published in Epilepsy Research found 64.3% of patients with various forms of drug-resistant epilepsy in the LAANTERN (Laser Ablation of Abnormal Neurological Tissue Using Robotic NeuroBlate System) registry were free of disabling […]

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A patient with torn rotator cuff finds great care and great service

Riding his bike on a trail, Dan Lillpop tried to turn around in tall grass. The bike stopped and Dan fell. The 65-year-old braced himself with his left arm, tearing the rotator cuff in his […]

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UK and Baptist Health Lexington, Norton Healthcare begin recruiting participants for Phase 3 COVID-19 investigational vaccine clinical trial

The University of Kentucky, in partnership with Baptist Health Lexington and Norton Healthcare in Louisville, has been selected as a testing site for the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson’s Phase 3 clinical research […]

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Advanced therapies for overactive bladder

Patients referred for advanced therapies for overactive bladder can expect either Botox injections, percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation or sacral neuromodulation, according to J. Ryan Stewart, D.O., a urogynecologist with Norton Urogynecology Center. OnabotulinumtoxinA, or Botox, […]

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Gynecologic oncologist Steve H. Pursell, M.D., returns to Norton Cancer Institute

Steve H. Pursell, M.D., a gynecologic oncologist, has returned to Louisville’s leading cancer care provider to practice alongside Lynn Parker, M.D., at the Norton Cancer Institute Women’s Cancer Center in downtown Louisville. Refer a Patient […]

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Using the T-ACE and 4P’s substance abuse screening tools with pregnant women

Successfully treating pregnant women for opioid use requires building a relationship with the patients, who often are experiencing shame and guilt as a result of their drug use, according to Jonathan W. Weeks, M.D., maternal-fetal […]

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