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Doylestown clinic

Doylestown clinic

Improving access to trusted specialists in orthopaedic care for kids and teens

Board-certified pediatric orthopaedic surgeons from Shriners Hospitals for Children ― Philadelphia provide orthopaedic care in the Doylestown office.

The office is located in the Pavilion at Doylestown Health at 599 W. State Street, Suite 305, Doylestown, PA 18901.

Appointments are available for first-time patient evaluations, second opinions and follow-up care. Surgeries and multidisciplinary care for more complex orthopaedic conditions will continue to be provided at the hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Pediatric fracture and sports injury care

On Tuesday and Thursday between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. (closed holidays), kids and teens can walk right in with no appointment needed for a broken bone, sprain and/or strain. 

Simple referral and appointment process

Self-referrals: To schedule a first-time appointment at our outreach clinic, simply call 215-430-4000. A physician referral is not required to schedule an appointment at our Doylestown office.

Follow-up appointments: To schedule a follow-up appointment at the Shriners Children’s Doylestown office, please call 215-430-4000.

Office location:

Shriners Children’s
599 W. State Street
Suite 305
Doylestown, PA 18901

On-site parking is available.

Why choose us?

Because kids and teens are not small adults, it is essential to have timely access to pediatric orthopaedic providers who specializes in growing bones.

Care is provided by board-certified pediatric orthopaedic staff members from Shriners Hospitals for Children — Philadelphia.