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Patient Care the Rite Way
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

Dallas, TX      Health


For more than 96 years, Scottish Rite Hospital has worked to improve the lives of children with orthopedic conditions. Fundamental to our mission is the provision of world-class healthcare. Our patient population includes children ages birth through 18 years who are challenged by a variety of conditions including scoliosis, clubfoot, hand differences, hip disorders, limb length discrepancies and sports injuries. For some children, outpatient treatments such as bracing and physical therapy can resolve orthopedic issues. Other children require inpatient surgical care. While each patient is different, our primary goal is to administer exceptional care to every child and empower them to lead active, fulfilling lives among family members and peers.

Services at SRH are provided through our six Centers for Excellence which bring together experts from a variety of disciplines to administer exceptional care to patients and advance the field through clinically relevant research. In addition to physical and occupational therapies provided on-site, the hospital is also one of the few medical facilities with in-house Orthotics and Prosthetics (O&P) services, which create custom devices to meet the needs of children with limb loss due to congenital conditions, trauma or disease. The hospital serves children with learning disorders, like dyslexia, through the Luke Waites Center for Dyslexia and Learning Disorders.

This RoomFunding Project will underwrite a portion of the cost of care for patients seeking treatment for pediatric orthopedic disorders and related conditions. Monies may be used to cover everything from clinic visits and surgeries to specialized prosthetic limbs and mobility equipment. Your gift can help us give childhood back to children!

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