110 Conn Terrace
Lexington, KY 40508
Toll Free: 800-668-4634
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Shriners Hospital for Children -- Lexington
Providing expert pediatric orthopedic care since 1926.
Accredited by The Joint Commission and The College of American Pathologists.
The official address of the Lexington Shriners Medical Center is 110 Conn Terrace, Lexington; however,
if you are using a map app to get directions, you will want to input the address of the parking garage next to the
medical center (110 Transcript Avenue, Lexington) as your destination. If you input the name of the building in your
app as your destination, it may take you to our old facility.
1. Take exit 115 toward Airport/Lexington and merge onto Newtown Pike.
2. (3.4 miles) Continue straight onto Oliver Lewis Way.
3. (0.3 miles) Use left two lanes to turn onto W High Street which continues onto W Maxwell St.
4. (0.5 miles) Turn right onto S Broadway.
5. (0.8 miles) Turn left onto Virginia Ave.
6. (0.5 miles) Turn right onto S Limestone.
7. (141 feet) Turn right onto Transcript Ave. The parking garage will be on the left.
1. Take Exit 113 for US-27/US-68 toward Paris/Lexington and turn right onto US-27/US-68 W/N Broadway.
2. (3.7 miles) Turn left onto Bolivar St.
3. (0.2 miles) Turn right onto S Upper St.
4. (0.2 miles) Continue onto S Limestone.
5. (0.5 miles) Turn right onto Transcript Ave. The parking garage will be on the left.
From BlueGrass Parkway
1. Take Exit 72A to merge onto US-60 E/Lexington Rd toward Lexington.
2. (6.4 miles) Stay on this road. (When you cross the Fayette County line, US-60 E/Lexington Rd will become known as Versailles Rd.)
3. (1.2 miles) Turn right onto Mason Headley Rd.
4. (1.5 miles) Mason Headley crosses US-68/Harrodsburg Rd and becomes Waller Ave.
5. (0.9 miles) Turn left onto S Limestone/Nicholasville Rd.
6. (0.2 miles) Turn left onto Transcript Ave. The parking garage will be on the left.
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Dedication Expertise Compassion Experience
The medical staff at Shriners Hospitals for Children Medical Center — Lexington consists of board-certified physicians and surgeons who are
highly qualified, caring and prominent in their specialties. They provide comprehensive medical, surgical and rehabilitative care for children
with orthopaedic conditions. Many physicians also hold teaching appointments to the University of Kentucky College of Medicine.
Consulting specialists are available as needed to ensure the finest, most up-to-date medical care is given to the newborns, children and teens
we are privileged to care for.
Kit Montgomery, M.D.
Faith Lukens, M.D.
Arundathi Reddy, M.D.
Elizabeth Hubbard, M.D.
Mary Lloyd Ireland, M.D.
Henry J. Iwinski, Jr., M.D.
Christian Lattermann, M.D.
Ryan Muchow, M.D.
Vishwas Talwalkar, M.D.
Janet Walker, M.D.
Scott Riley, M.D.
Hand and Microsurgery
Brian D. Rinker, M.D.
Patrick Serey, M.D.
James Y. Liau, M.D.
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Sheila Chandran, M.D.
Susan McDowell, M.D.
Pai-Yue Lu-Fritts, M.D.
Kimberly Lilly, PA-C
Marianne Long, PA-C
Mindy Cravens, PA-C
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David W. Wantland, Al Menah - Chairman
Robert L. Vann, Kerbela - Vice Chairman
Stanley R. Hughes, Oleika - Treasurer
Ed Wolfe, Murat - Secretary
Full Voting Members
Rick Asher - Oleika
James Badgley - Aladdin
Ray Combs - Antioch
Gene Creech - Oleika
Gary N. Fleming - Oleika
Clifford E. Fullman - Syrian
David W. Fulton - Nemesis
William W. Gentry, Jr. - Kerbela
Robert Hollopeter - Oleika
Frederick G. Irtz, II - Oleika
James C. Jones - Jericho
Michael A. "Mickey" Martin, Sr - Beni Kedem
Troy D. McClure - Alhambra
Perry E. Perkins - Alhambra
James. E. Szofer - Kosair
Clyde U. Tarr - El Hasa
James V. Thomas- Oleika
C. Brown Allen
Bobby E. Baldwin
Kirk E. Carter
Charles E. Coyle
George A. Davis, Jr.
Clyde E. Faneuff, Jr.
Charlie C. Freeman
James M. Hackett
Kenneth R. Hart
Roger L. Kellner
Charles G. Lynch
Edward A. Molen
Joseph B. Murphy
Doyle G. Rambo
William G. Selsam
Donald R. Snyder
Robert E. "Gene" Walls
Thomas B. Ashford
William A. Buckaway, Jr.
Pat Ronald Caniff
Charles E. Davis
Ken R. Dougherty
Jacob H. Graves, III
David E. Hager
Warren K. Hopkins
Gene D. Lawson
Arch G. Mainous, Jr.
Timothy E. Morris
Richard L. Perry
Dennis A. Scott
Herbert D. Sledd
Hugh I. Stroth, Jr.
David C. Wolfenbarger
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Providing World-Class Medical Care
An interdisciplinary approach is used in patient care programs to ensure comprehensive care for each patient. The staff includes orthopedists and pediatricians, as well as other medical specialists.
The Lexington hospital is equipped and staffed to provide care for virtually all pediatric orthopedic problems, except acute trauma. These include:
Clubfoot and other foot disorders
Hand and Upper Extremity disorders
Leg length discrepancies
Limb Deficiencies and amputations
Metabolic bone disease
Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI)
Scoliosis and other spinal deformities
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA) and other rheumatic disorders
Orthopedic conditions associated with:
Congenital and Developmental disorders
While we do not provide acute care for injuries, we do treat children who have experienced orthopedic trauma who may need help dealing with long-term results of such injuries.
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