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About Shriners Children's New England

Learn how we transform children’s lives through specialized care and innovation
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Shriners Children's New England is where hope and healing meet. Our compassionate, respected physicians and staff provide care for children with orthopedic conditions, cleft lip and palate, orthotics and prosthetics, sports-related injuries and conditions and urology. As part of our commitment to provide access to quality medical care to children and families, we have outreach clinics available throughout the world.

Strengthening & Advancing Care

We’re changing lives through innovative pediatric specialty care.
Our Pediatric Urological Care

Shriners Children's New England provides specialized care to children with a wide range of urologic conditions. Our in-house pediatric urologist is certified by the American Board of Urology and is the only board-certified pediatric urologist in western Massachusetts.

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Our Commitment to Education

Shriners Children's New England maintains orthopedic residency affiliations with Boston University School of Medicine and Albany Medical College. We provide education and training to graduate and undergraduate students from colleges and universities in our region in a number of different specializations.

Our Motion Analysis Center
Our facility has a motion analysis center that uses advanced technology and data to determine the most effective care option for children with orthopedic conditions. Our motion analysis capabilities allow us to provide your child with innovative care plans specific to their needs.
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Cleft Lip and Palate Team is American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association Certifed

Our cleft lip and palate program is officially recognized by the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA) as a fully-approved cleft lip and palate treatment facility. The ACPA is a nonprofit organization that verifies the quality of care provided by cleft lip and palate teams across the United States and Canada. For patients and families seeking treatment for cleft lip and palate conditions, the ACPA encourages considering these certified teams, as they meet the highest standards for specialized care.

Next Steps

Request an Appointment

Families and caregivers seeking treatment should start by contacting us to schedule an appointment.

Log in to the Patient Portal

Parents and guardians of existing patients can email, request records, schedule appointments and more.

Refer a Patient

Physicians and healthcare providers can contact us with questions about our services and to speak to our physicians.