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100 Years by the Numbers

For 100 years, Shriners Children's has been unstoppable in changing lives. Our passion for care has made a measurable, real-life impact. More children helped. More care made possible. And more innovations uncovered.

We Are Unstoppable

1.5M+
Children Helped
100+
Locations to Access Care
1,500+
Specialized Team Members

See the Impact of 100 Years of Unstoppable Care

Our Patients

In 2021 alone, we helped more than 115,000+ patients in the U.S. and Canada, including:

  • 1,800+ cleft palate patients
  • 10,000+ scoliosis patients
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Our Locations

Around the world, we have more than 100 access points for care. More locations means more children helped.

Five of our locations are ranked among U.S. News & World Report’s list of Best Children’s Hospitals for Orthopedics.

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Our Team

Shriners Children’s has more than 1,500 specialized physicians and surgeons across our network, including:

  • 250+ orthopedic surgeons treating 100+ orthopedic conditions
  • 55+ plastic surgeons
  • 45+ spine surgeons
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Celebrating 100 Years of Care

See how Shriners Children's has innovated, healed and made an unstoppable impact over our 100 years.

How We Make a Difference

More Children Helped

Meet some of the special children we have had the pleasure of providing care for. Their stories will touch and inspire you.

More Care Made Possible

We care for a wide range of pediatric issues. From orthopedics to burns, sports injuries to craniofacial conditions, learn about our specialties and treatments.

More Innovations Uncovered

Our innovative research leads to life-changing treatment options that improve quality of care. Learn about our discoveries and their impact on children.