For Parents

For Parents

Meeting the needs of children...and their parents

The UofL Department of Pediatrics is not only a part of the University of Louisville School of Medicine, we are members of University of Louisville Physicians, the largest, multi-specialty physician practice in the Louisville area.

Our nationally-renowned physicians are charged with meeting the needs of our community's children their parents and their families, through their clinical work and teaching efforts and well as their research.

Follow the links below to our practices and to the left for resources for families:

UofL Pediatrics Practices

    The UofL Pediatrics general pediatrics operation is comprised of four Louisville offices and one in Campbellsville, Ky.

    • Downtown (formerly: Children & Youth Project) This University of Louisville general pediatrics medical home, in downtown Louisville on the UofL Health Sciences campus, has been providing comprehensive health care for high risk infants and children of Jefferson County since 1968.
    • Kosair Charities Located at the Sam Swope Kosair Charities Centre, our newest general pediatrics practice welcomes all children, including including patients of our neighbors on the Kosair Charities campus (UofL Autism Center, Kids Center, Spina Bifida Association of Kentucky) and those who with routine healthcare needs.
    • Springhurst serves children on the east side of Louisville.
    • Stonestreet This practice serves children from throughout the south end of Louisville.
    • Campbellsville, Ky. This practice is located next door to Taylor Regional Hospital.

    Pediatric Specialty Practices

    • Neonatal Follow Up Program addresses the special health and developmental needs of babies who require neonatal intensive care after birth.
    • UofL Autism Center The ULAC offers families and primary care providers a single source for expert treatment, referral and information.
    • Weisskopf Evaluation Center provides diagnostic evaluations and treatment for developmental disabilities, congenital anomalies, genetic disorders, autism, organic behavior disorders (ADHD) and learning disabilities, as well as genetic counseling to adults.