Shriners Hospitals for Children – St. Louis announces Scott J. Luhmann, M.D., has been named chief of staff. Dr. Luhmann has been the hospital’s chief of spinal surgery since 2010. He is a professor in the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, and has been in the department since 2000. His areas of clinical interest are pediatric spinal...
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Scott Luhmann, M.D., named chief of staff
This week, our Salt Lake City team unveiled their new Timeline wall, celebrating “A Legacy of Love since 1925 in Salt Lake City” Thank you to our Salt Lake City team for sharing!
Members of the National Championship Clemson Football visited 1 yr-old Hudson to cheer him on after surgery that will allow him to be fitted for a prosthetic leg. They also presented him with signed size 17 cleats that player Sean Pollard wore in the national championship game. After the special visit with Hudson and his family, they visited with other patients and families at the Greenville...
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Sharing the love: Clemson football players visit young amputee
LSU Baseball rolled out the red carpet for Shreveport Shriners Hospital patients Karolina and Darien prior to the 2017 Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic. Coach Paul Mainieri presented them with their own LSU jerseys and “Mike the Tiger” even made a special visit. The #ShrinersCollegeClassic is March 3-5 at Minute Maid Park in Houston. Tickets are at
Thanks to Shriners Hospitals for Children - Twin Cities and a local Shriner, who opened up his heart and home, Godson will soon be able run and play with his younger siblings.

Boy From Nigeria With Blount's Disease Finds Friendship and Healing in the Twin Cities
Leaders in Care is our quarterly system-wide magazine. In each issue, you’ll learn about people, patients and programs all around the Shriners Hospitals for Children health care system. Read the current issue online:

Leaders in Care - National Vol. 7, No. 4 | Winter 2016-20171
Karolina and Marius take us behind the scenes of East West Shrine Game game week, including visits with Tampa Fire Rescue and a few Egypt Shriners (Tampa, FL)

2017 East-West Shrine Game Patient Perspective

Houston Firefighters Burned Children's Fund hosted their annual Sweetheart Dance for patients and families at Shriners Hospital in Galveston. The dance coincides with Burn Awareness Week and Valentine's Day. Local businesses donate their time and services with hair, makeup and formal wear for the young guests and food, decorations and music at the party. Thank you to all who make this event...
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PHOTOS: Sweethearts Dance for burned children
Happy Valentine’s Day! Our Greenville hospital has received so many Valentines from the community, we wanted to share the beautiful smiles these cards brought to our patients’ faces. #lovetotherescue
Each year when cold Chicago February days come around, the rehabilitation team at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Chicago tries to ward off the winter blahs by offering a fun challenge for staff. This year’s challenge is to log enough steps, tracked on iPhones, Fitbits or other devices and apps, to virtually walk to Shriners Hospital in Honolulu – 4,369 miles! See their progress:

Chicago Shriners Hospital therapists try to “step” to Shriners Hospital in Hawaii
Corinna Franklin, M.D., has been awarded the 2017 Alexandra J. Kirkley, M.D. Academic Traveling Fellowship, which is presented by the Ruth Jackson Orthopaedic Society. This prestigious honor is offered to members of the Ruth Jackson Orthopaedic Society, to travel in order to enrich their academic career. It is awarded to one surgeon each year to travel to sites specific to the winner’s area of...
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Shriners Hospitals for Children — Philadelphia physician receives academic traveling fellowship
Shriners Hospitals for Children wants children and families to "Be Burn Aware," especially at home. More tips and free educational materials at #burnawarenessweek
We celebrate all kinds of special moments at Shriners Hospitals for Children, like this one for Alice, who rides a bike for the first time at Shriners Hospitals for Children – Greenville. Her brother is so proud!
Anezeh Shriners' Divan Members supported the burn injury prevention campaign at Shriners Hospital for Children - Mexico. Together with the MICHOU Y MAU Foundation, the Shriners invited patients and families to learn how to prevent burns in an interactive museum parked at the hospital. It is estimated that more than 800 people were educated during the week. #burnawarenessweek

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Video: Meet Boots and Brewster, our Burn Aware Pair. Our dynamic duo are featured in this animated short packed with safety tips for the whole family.

Boots and Brewster: The Burn Awareness Pair

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Brigham Young University freshman and former Shriners Hospitals for Children national patient ambassador Kate Hickman talks about burn safety and her recovery from a serious burn injury. #burnawarenessweek

BYU student urges safety around fire after receiving serious burns as a child
As part of the 2017 Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic, Texas A&M Baseball players learned how the Galveston Shriners Hospital changed the life of burn survivor and fellow Aggie, Taylor Delz. The Shriners Hospitals for Children College Classic is March 3-5 in Houston. Get your tickets at #ShrinersCollegeClassic
Last week, 27 Shriners Hospitals for Children patients with limb loss or limb deficiency gathered together at Park City Mountain Resort to attend the annual Winter Un-Limb-ited Camp. With the help of the National Ability Center and dozens of staff and volunteers from Shriners Hospitals for Children - Salt Lake City, attendees had a life-changing week of pushing past their physical challenges,...
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Utah Ski Camp for Teen Amputees Is Changing Lives: ‘Life Is About More Than What You Look Like’
Patty Sopp, First Lady of Zem Zem Shriners 2016, along with 2016 Zem Zem Potentate Bill Sopp, presented a check for $90,000 to Shriners Hospitals for Children — Erie Ambulatory Surgery Center and Erie Outpatient Specialty Care Center. The funds are the proceeds of Patty's First Lady Project and will be put toward the purchase of a Carestream mobile x-ray system. Thank you, Patty and Zem Zem...
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