For over 90 years, we have served our mission specializing in only one thing; pediatric orthopaedics. We are part of an international network of 22 Shriners Hospitals for Children locations. For three years running, patients who have been surveyed for satisfaction through Press Ganey ranked our inpatient services in the top three percent nationally and our outpatient services in the top quartile nationally. We are a regional leader in pediatric orthopaedics, serving seven states and three Canadian provinces. As a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network we have direct access to the latest Mayo Clinic expertise and clinical care resources.
Not only will your child’s medical needs be met by our world-class physicians, we also have programs to meet their social and emotional needs through camps and activities. Learn about some of the camps we offer on our YouTube channel.
We have recently expanded our services to include a sports medicine and stable fracture program. Our pediatric orthopaedic experts provide fracture reduction/re-alignment, surgery, casting, post-fracture follow-up care and rehabilitation services, as well as treatment for numerous non-emergent injuries. See the Sports injuries and fractures page for contact information, hours and a list of injuries treated.
Other conditions not listed above will be considered on an individual, case-by-case basis with consideration given to the expert care provided by this and other Shriners Hospitals for Children. If, during the referral/inquiry process, our clinical team determines the patient’s needs would be best met at another Shriners Hospitals for Children, the patient will be referred.
The specialists at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Twin Cities provide a comprehensive approach to meeting each child’s individual needs through expert evaluation and treatment. As a team working with parents or guardians, our goal is to restore each child physically, emotionally and socially. Every child is evaluated by a team of professionals who coordinate the child’s treatment. All care and services are provided regardless of the families’ ability to pay.