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Provider Spotlight

Kara L. Scott, APRN

Kara L. Scott, APRN, an experienced nurse practitioner in pediatric forensic medicine, has joined Norton Children’s Pediatric Protection Specialists.

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Headache treatment should begin with pediatricians

When children have headaches or experience migraine, it is usually not necessary to make a referral to a neurologist right away. Michael K. Sowell, M.D. and Elizabeth S. Doll, M.D., pediatric neurologists at Norton Children’s […]

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June 2022 Norton Children’s Medical Group New Providers

  Wilson E. Reinke, M.D. Pediatrics Lilly Giang, APRN Pediatric Emergency Medicine

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Goodwill Industries of Kentucky, Norton Healthcare break ground on $100 million Norton Healthcare Goodwill Opportunity Campus

Today, Goodwill Industries of Kentucky and Norton Healthcare broke ground on the Norton Healthcare Goodwill Opportunity Campus at 28th Street and Broadway that will include a 120,000 square-foot opportunity center and the first hospital west of Ninth Street in […]

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June 2022 Norton Medical Group new providers

Cristy Abreu, M.D. Hospital Medicine Thomas W. Johnston III, M.D. Hospital Medicine Lisa Coleman, LCSW Pediatric Neurology Clayton K. Condon, APRN Cardiology Loren Garza, APRN Gastroenterology Marie Honeycutt, APRN Family Medicine Hannah Niewadomski, APRN Gastroenterology […]

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Dramatically lower-dose imaging for pediatric patients

Children with scoliosis or other conditions that require frequent imaging and the accompanying radiation risks now have a low-dose imaging option. The EOS Imaging full-body imaging system delivers 50% to 85% less radiation than traditional [...]

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