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We want to provide the most appropriate access for pediatric fractures, as these injuries require emergent evaluation by a trained medical professional. Our Pediatric Orthopaedics team can get you the care you need as soon as possible.

Starting below with our assessment tool, you will have the opportunity to schedule either an in-office appointment at one of our many locations or a virtual visit through your desktop, tablet or mobile device.

If this is an emergency, call 9-1-1 or go immediately to the closest emergency department.

This scheduling assessment tool is for the care of patients under 18 with a diagnosed acute fracture of the upper or lower extremity.

  • If this is an emergency, call 9-1-1 or go immediately to the closest emergency department, or
  • Call 866.320.4573 to speak with a Cleveland Clinic representative.

Prior to being seen by one of our acute pediatric fracture team, you will need an evaluation of the injured joint.

  • If this is an emergency, call 9-1-1 or go immediately to the closest emergency department, or
  • If this is not an emergency and your child is 2-18 years old, the injury can be initially evaluated and managed at an Ortho Express Care location, or
  • Call 866.320.4573 to speak with a Cleveland Clinic representative.

Please call 216.444.2629 to speak directly with a member of our Pediatric Fracture scheduling team.

They will ensure that the previous imaging is received and scanned into your child's chart, and they will also schedule an appointment for you.

Please be aware that some x-rays may need to be updated.

This scheduling assessment tool is for the care of patients under 18 with a diagnosed acute fracture of the upper or lower extremity.

  • If this is an emergency, call 9-1-1 or go immediately to the closest emergency department.
  • If this is not an emergency, call 866.320.4573 to speak with a Cleveland Clinic representative.

Is this correct?

  • The age of the patient who was injured is
  • You have an X-ray showing a fracture or "broken bone"
  • The part of the body that was fractured or broken is the

If incorrect, go back to correct your answers.

Important Note:
Please make sure to bring the imaging disc of your x-ray to the appointment.

Schedule an Appointment

Thank you for choosing Cleveland Clinic for the care of your child's orthopaedic injury.

Select Your Preferred Type of Visit

  • To see a specialist at one of our many locations, select Schedule an In-Office Appointment.
  • To see a specialist online through your mobile device or desktop, select Schedule a Virtual Visit.

For Parents, Guardians and Caregivers
When logging into MyChart or if continuing as a guest, please enter the details of the child who needs care.

A Note About Insurance
Cleveland Clinic is contracted with hundreds of insurance plans. If your insurance is not listed, you may be out of network and your insurance company will not pay for this care and you may be financially liable for all services provided.

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