Visiting Boys Town Satellite Clinic
The Shriners Children's Boys Town Satellite Clinic is an extension of Shriners Children's Twin Cities, convenient for families in the Omaha area.
Our physicians are fellowship-trained in pediatric orthopedics, which means children who come to the Boys Town Satellite Clinic see doctors with a high level of specialty training in areas that include clubfoot, cerebral palsy, scoliosis and sports medicine, as well as many other conditions affecting children.
Pediatric Orthotic and Prosthetic Services (POPS) staff members travel to our Boys Town Satellite Clinic for orthotic and prosthetic needs, delivering new devices, making adjustments to current devices and measuring for new devices.
When you bring your child to the Shriners Children's Boys Town Satellite Clinic for treatment, you get:
- World-class treatment without the burden of travel
- Family-centered, personalized healthcare in your own neighborhood
- Continuous Shriners Children's Twin Cities care
We see both new patients and current Shriners Children's Twin Cities patients at the Boys Town Satellite Clinic. When necessary, we refer patients to Shriners Children's Twin Cities, located in Woodbury, Minnesota, for treatment or services.
We are grateful beyond words for the opportunity to be seen in Nebraska. The dedication of the doctors and staff is amazing and proves that they really do put kids first to be willing to travel like this for them and their well-being.
About our Facility
We're located at Boys Town National Research Hospital. The address is:
14040 Boys Town Hospital Rd.
Boys Town, Nebraska 68010
There's plenty of free parking in front of the building.
When you come in, take a seat in the waiting area and a Shriners Children's Twin Cities nursing staff member will take you and your child to a clinic room to be seen by our medical team.
How to Make an Appointment
Parents and caretakers can call 612-596-6106 to schedule an appointment at the Boys Town Satellite Clinic.
Physicians who want to refer a patient for treatment at the Boys Town Satellite Clinic can also contact us at 612-596-6106 for assistance.