Awards and Accomplishments

Awards and Accomplishments

We have accomplished residents training in an award-winning hospital. Here is just a sampling of why we’re proud of our faculty, house staff and training hospital.

The Department of Pediatrics won the 2013-2014 Paul Weber Award for Departmental Excellence in Teaching Award. Read about all our educational accomplishments and initiatives here.

Our Faculty

Sara Multerer, MD

Residency Program Director

Faculty Peer Clinician-Teacher Excellence Award
for Established Faculty

Voted on by department faculty

Faculty Peer Clinician-Teacher Excellence Award
for Established Faculty
Voted on by department faculty
Erin Owen, MD
Associate Residency Program DirectorOutstanding Division Award, Pediatric Critical Care
Voted on by pediatric residents
Society for Critical Care Medicine’s Research Snapshot Presentation Award
Adam Patterson, MD
Associate Residency Program Director

1st place, Original Research by a Fellow
2017 Pediatric Poster Session

Aaron Calhoun, MD
Katherine Potter, MD
Paul Weber Award for Departmental Excellence in Teaching
for their work with the SPARC program
University of Louisville

Our Residents

    Alex Healy, MD

    2018 Assistant District Representative

    AAP District IV
    Kevin Murray, MD2017 - 2019 District Resident Catch Liaison AAP District IV
    Alice Meng, MDLiaison, Section on Developmental and Behavioral
    Stephanie Kwon, DO
    Carly Schuetz, MD
    2016 AAP CATCH Resident Grant
    Louisville Medical Home for LGBTQ Youth
    Shannon Lyon, MD
    Kathryn Thorne, MD
    2016 AAP CATCH Resident Grant

    Primary Care and
    Mentorship in Juvenile Justice

    Alli Black, MD2015 AAP CATCH Resident Grand
    Advocating for Pediatric Motor Vehicle Safety in Louisville
    District IV Resident District Coordinator
    AAP District IV SOPT

    Norton Children’s Hospital

    • Ranked among the top children’s hospitals nationwide in six specialties in U.S. News Media Group’s Best Children’s Hospitals 2013 rankings, now available online at
    • One of only 20 children's hospitals nationwide to earn Magnet designation from American Nurses Credentialing Center recognizing national excellence in nursing care
    • Recognition as one of five benchmark centers in the country by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
    • An ECMO Center of Excellence designation from the Extracorporeal Life Support Organization (ELSO), recognizing centers for using the highest quality measures, processes and evidence-based structures
    • Recognition by the Vermont Oxford Network as one of the best hospitals in the country for NICU survival and infection rates
    • Voted one of the Best Places to Work in Kentucky in 2010, 2011 and 2012.