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LouisvilleKY Walgreens stores to house Norton Healthcare clinics

Story from Norton Healthcare’s website… DEERFIELD, Ill. & LOUISVILLE, Ky.  – Walgreens and Norton Healthcare announced that the not-for-profit healthcare organization will operate and provide all clinical services at eight retail health clinics located within Walgreens stores across the Greater Louisville area, including three in Southern Indiana and five in Louisville. The eight existing Healthcare Clinics are planned to transition to Norton Healthcare in early 2019, at which time they will become an extension of Norton Healthcare. Walgreens will continue to manage these clinics until that time.  The sites will be named Norton Prompt Care at Walgreens. “Norton Prompt Care at…


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LouisvilleKY’s Derby Festival names 2018 Chair

DATES RELEASED FOR NEXT YEAR’S KDF EVENTS   June 12, 2017. Louisville, KY.   – Norton Healthcare’s Scott Watkins will chair the 2018 Kentucky Derby Festival. He was elected by the Kentucky Derby Festival, Inc., Board of Directors at its annual meeting tonight. Watkins is Senior Vice President, Operations at Norton Healthcare. He follows the successful leadership of Lisa Stevenson, who will continue serving as Immediate Past Chair of the Derby Festival.   Watkins was first elected to the Derby Festival Board in 2005 and has been a member of the KDF Executive Board since 2011. He has served on committees…


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Norton Healthcare and UofL announce creation of Norton Children’s Cancer Institute in LouisvilleKY

  Program aims to offer new types of care for child cancer patients, gain access to national trials   Louisville, Ky. (April 10, 2017) – Norton Healthcare and the University of Louisville today announced the formation of Norton Children’s Cancer Institute. Combining the efforts of Norton Cancer Institute and Norton Children’s Hospital, in affiliation with University of Louisville, Norton Children’s Cancer Institute will provide improved access and additional services to care for children fighting cancer. This includes new programs for treating rare tumors and benign blood disorders, such as sickle cell anemia, as well as a revamped program for bone marrow…


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Fundraising Efforts Accelerate LouisvilleKY Football Expansion Projects

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville’s Cardinal Athletic Fund (CAF) has accelerated the completion of a $63-million project for Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium and the Howard Schnellenberger Complex. With the aid of the football team’s successful 2016 season that saw the school’s highest finish in the Atlantic Coast Conference, a trip to the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl, a top-20 ranking, and its first Heisman Trophy winner, the Louisville Athletics department has realized overwhelming fundraising success. Originally scheduled for completion for the 2019 football season, the new expansion will be ready for opening in 2018. The expedited schedule is…


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New Louisville Ky coalition formed to improve infant health

Photos from Mayor Fischer’s Facebook Page.   LOUISVILLE, Ky. – (January 26, 2016) Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and officials from 17 local health and social service institutions today announced a new coalition to improve infant health in Louisville.                    Healthy Babies Louisville is comprised of representatives from Baptist Health Louisville, Family and Children’s Place, Family Health Centers, Family Scholar House, Humana CareSource, the Louisville Metro Department Community Services and Revitalization, the Louisville Metro Department of Public Health and Wellness, Metro United Way, Norton Healthcare, Kosair Children’s Hospital, Passport Healthplan, the Raymond A. Kent School of Social Work, Seven County Services, the…


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Norton Healthcare, UofL reach agreement that’s ‘great news’ for Louisville Ky kids

LOUISVILLE, KY (Dec. 21, 2015) – Norton Healthcare and the University of Louisville today announced they have reached agreements which end more than five years of negotiations and more than two years of litigation. The University of Louisville Physicians group and the Commonwealth of Kentucky are also parties to the agreements. “This is great news for the Louisville community and the Commonwealth,” said Donald H. Robinson, chair of the Norton Healthcare board of trustees. “The agreements clear up critical land lease and ownership issues as well as bringing operational security to Norton while assuring stable financial support to the UofL…


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Louisville Mayor’s Hike, Bike & Paddle Returns Labor Day

LOUISVILLE, Ky., – Thousands of cyclists, walkers, canoeists and kayakers will hit the streets and the Ohio River on Labor Day for the 22nd Subway Fresh Fit Hike, Bike & Paddle Sept. 7 at Waterfront Park. “We’re always looking to improve and grow this incredibly popular event which has become a destination for cyclists, paddlers, walkers and others who just want a fun, high-energy start to their day,” Mayor Greg Fischer said. “It’s a great way for families and friends to celebrate the holiday weekend.” Subway Restaurants is the title sponsor of Hike, Bike & Paddle, with presenting sponsors, Coca-Cola,…


Louisville’s North Healthcare and Universal Woods take part in White House summit

Louisville, Ky., – Louisville companies Norton Healthcare and Universal Woods took part in a White House summit today focusing on the critical need to “upskill” America’s workforce. The UpSkill America Summit is bringing together a diverse group of 150 employers, labor unions, nonprofits and tech innovators who are tackling the critical need to equip workers with the skills and education they need to get ahead in the job world. Across the U.S., there are 24 million frontline workers, including food service workers, daycare providers, health care workers and construction laborers. Many could be trained to fill more skilled, available jobs but…


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Annmarie’s Art Breakfast on Derby Approaches for Art Aficionados

Derby time approaches with all manner of events and networking opportunities…..The 3rd Annual Annmarie’s Art Breakfast on Derby sponsored by Norton Healthcare and Red e App will benefit Murray State University art students through a special scholarship fund, and area artists from the Louisville Artists Syndicate, an auxillary group of the Louisville Visual Arts Association. The event will be hosted by the late artist Annmarie Campbell’s mother, Dawn Marie Yankeelov, at the United Way Building, 334 E. Broadway, from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM on the morning of the Kentucky Derby.  Louisville’s Mayor Greg Fischer will be present as well…