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The newest addition to Frisco’s sports medicine scene will be the Center for Excellence in Sports Medicine, the anchor for the North Campus of the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children.

Set to open in Fall 2018, the center will provide specialized treatment for sports-related orthopedic conditions and concussions. The hospital’s new fracture clinic will also relocate to the North Campus. The center will offer walk-in services for patients without a referral or appointment.

The new facility will be state of the art. The building will house a movement science center, physical and occupational therapy services and outdoor amenities, such as playing fields, a running trail and a playground for both patients and the Frisco community.

The Center for Excellence will be proactive with its educational outreach program to improve athletic safety for area schools and sports teams.

The Scottish Rite Hospital’s North Campus will serve as an ambulatory care center with clinics and day surgery for children with orthopedic issues. The five-story facility, with 345,000 square feet, will fill a need for patient care in rapidly growing North Texas. Currently, a quarter of Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children’s patients are from cities north of Dallas.

“We are excited to come to Frisco, where we will continue to give children in this vibrant community back their childhoods,” said Robert L. Walker, Scottish Rite Hospital and CEO.

Founded in 1921 by an orthopedic surgeon and a group of Texas Masons, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children is one of the nation’s leading orthopedic pediatric centers. The hospital’s mission is to give patients the best in care regardless of their ability to pay.