As questions arise over the future of reproductive health services in Louisville, Norton Healthcare announced today it will reconfigure Norton Suburban Hospital into a facility for women and children. “We see it as our responsibility to provide specialized care in areas such as cardiac care, orthopedic care, breast health, oncology, prevention and wellness, and this… Continue reading Norton to Offer Expanded Services for Women and Children at Renovated Suburban Hospital
Officials have cut the ribbon on a new cancer treatment facility in downtown Louisville. The Norton Cancer Center at Floyd and Broadway has been under construction since January 2010. It will open next week and is capable of providing aggressive radiation treatments on adults and children. The center will undoubtedly see a large number of… Continue reading Downtown Cancer Center to Open Next Week
The KFC Yum Center officially opens Sunday, and on Monday, Norton Healthcare’s immediate care center inside the building will begin operations. Director of immediate care centers Anna Newkirk says it will keep regular daily hours and will be accessible, even during arena events.
The Multiple Sclerosis Center in Louisville is moving. The center has partnered with the Norton Neuroscience Institute in an effort to create one of the top MS treatment centers in the nation.
The Norton Cancer Institute has been chosen by the National Cancer Institute to become a Community Cancer Center.
The impasse between Norton Healthcare and Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield continues, and both sides still refuse to meet.
Norton Healthcare and Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield continue their path toward a split, even though both sides say they are ready to negotiate.
The impasse between Kentucky’s largest insurer and Louisville’s largest healthcare provider will get a public airing Monday.
This could be medical news serendipity or a reinforcement of not only the need for a 24-hour heart catheterization lab, but the necessity of means, public or private, to pay for it.
Kentucky’s largest insurer and Louisville’s largest health care provider may be headed for a split.