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Shriners Children's Affiliate

Pediatric Specialty Care at University of Florida Health Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Institute

Getting Here

The University of Florida Health (UF Health) Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Institute (OSMI) is located on Hull Road, which is accessed via SW 34th Street, three traffic lights north of Archer Road, or three traffic lights south of Newberry Road. From SW 34th Street, turn west onto Hull Road. The building is on the right. Pediatric orthopedics is located on the fourth floor of the UF Health OSMI building.

Pediatric Specialty Care at University of Florida Health's Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Institute

Shriners Children’s welcomes UF Health as an affiliate partner of our healthcare system, providing another access point for specialized pediatric care for our families in Florida and south Georgia.

Located in the UF Health Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Institute in Gainesville, the pediatric orthopedics floor offers the region’s most complete scope of high-quality care and services for children with musculoskeletal conditions that affect their bones, joints and spine.

In addition to featuring child-friendly spaces and a patient-centered facility, the pediatric orthopedics floor also offers patients access to the most cutting-edge imaging and technology, including an EOS low-dose imaging machine.

Parking

Patient and patient visitor parking is available in the gated lot west of the facility. Parking for patients and patient visitors is complimentary with a parking voucher. (Please ask for a voucher at your appointment.) The facility has a covered front portico that will accommodate patient drop off and pick up at the front entrance of our building. Free valet parking is also available from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Accessible parking is available at no cost in designated spaces immediately in front of the facility, as well as in the Visitor Parking lot with proper display of a State of Florida disabled parking permit. Patients are asked to bring a wheelchair or any other assistive devices they may need during their office visit.