About the Division of Orthopaedics

us news orthopedics badge From broken arms and sports injuries to complex spine conditions, your child will receive world-class, family-centered care at CHOP's Division of Orthopaedics. Our program is one of the largest and most active pediatric orthopaedic centers in the world, and has provided safe and effective care to children and young adults for over 120 years. U.S. News & World Report named the Division of Orthopaedics No. 3 on its 2019-20 Honor Roll of Best Children’s Hospitals in the nation.

Top-ranked orthopaedic care — close to home

No matter where you are in Eastern Pennsylvania or New Jersey, CHOP Orthopaedics is nearby. Your child can access our world-renowned team of experts at eight locations throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, including two ambulatory surgery centers.

At these convenient locations, our team of orthopaedic surgeons, sports medicine pediatricians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants provide diagnostic testing, treatment and follow-up for orthopaedic patients. They will also coordinate your child's care with other specialists in the CHOP network, offering him complete and individualized treatment.

 


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