School Nurse Resources
Our partnership with the National Association of School Nurses (NASN) is a natural extension of our mission and 100-year history of providing compassionate, innovative care. Together, we can help improve the health and safety of all children through the sharing of knowledge and resources that educate students and their families.
School nurses are the leaders that bridge healthcare and education, keeping children healthy, safe and ready to learn. At Shriners Children’s, our trusted medical professionals are thankful to collaborate with you to help prevent injuries and care for children.
We make access to specialty pediatric care easy with our 20+ locations, telehealth options and outreach/satellite clinics. As strong advocates for your students’ healthcare needs, when you refer them and their families to Shriners Children’s for care, you provide a resource that makes a difference in children's lives.
We're Focused on Improving Lives
Shriners Children’s receives positive feedback from school nurses from across the U.S. who are extremely satisfied with our pediatric specialty care services. We provide specialty care for orthopedic conditions, sports injuries, burns, cleft lip and palate, spinal cord injuries, and colorectal, gastrointestinal and rheumatic conditions. Our care and services are provided regardless of the families’ ability to pay or insurance status. Here, physicians and families are able to consider every appropriate treatment option available.
Note: Specific treatments and services may vary by location. Please contact a specific location for more information.
Our experienced pediatric plastic surgeons use reconstructive plastic surgery techniques to bring hope and healing to young patients dealing with differences involving the face, jaw, eyelids, ears, breasts or skin. Some conditions we treat:
- Vascular anomalies (birthmarks, port wine stains)
- Ear deformity
- Nevi/Nevus moles or birthmarks
- Prominent ears
- Facial reconstruction from trauma (dog bites)
Cleft Lip, Palate and Craniofacial Care
Facial clefts are the number one craniofacial birth defect addressed by our patient- and family-centered, trusted medical teams. Shriners Children’s provides care for hundreds of craniofacial conditions and syndromes. Commonly seen craniofacial conditions include:
Spinal Cord Injuries
Our specialized teams are devoted to giving children with spinal cord injuries (SCI) all-inclusive and thoughtful care that will build up their ability, confidence and independence. We offer:
- Acute care, including surgical spine stabilization
- Primary and secondary rehabilitation
- Tendon transfers that may restore function and use of arms
- Upper extremity surgical reconstruction
- Surgical implant of a phrenic nerve pacer to allow breathing without a ventilator for severely injured children
- Urologic surgical reconstruction
School nurses have a significant role in the healthcare of their communities We appreciate the endless contributions school nurses make every day to improve the health, safety and academic success of children.