Children who have disabilities and complicated medical needs have been at the center of Gillette’s mission since 1897. We are always ready to consult on any case, from the simplest concerns to the most complex. Our experience ranges from cerebral palsy and epilepsy to spina bifida and hydrocephalus.
Gillette collaborates with primary care physicians with one goal in mind: to support the full value of every child. With innovative medical and surgical intervention and the support of compassionate health care professionals, children can thrive and live happy, healthy, productive lives.
We find the reasons and solutions for brain, bone and movement conditions so that your child and family can move forward. Learn more about how we’ve set the standard of care for those facing challenging childhood conditions.
The Gillette Difference
If your pediatrician or primary care provider has referred you to Gillette, you might be wondering why Gillette and not another health care organization.Learn More
In 1897, Gillette became the nation’s first hospital for children who have disabilities. We're proud of our history and committed to building an even brighter future.Learn More
Our Leadership Team
Our leadership team at Gillette provides strategic direction toward a commitment to superior medical care and sound financial management.Learn More
Quality and Safety
At Gillette Children’s, we’re constantly improving our quality improvement and safety practices to deliver on our commitment to safe, high-quality care for our patientsLearn More
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Gillette Children’s is committed to creating an equitable, anti-racist and inclusive environment where all patients, families and staff are welcomed and valued.Learn More
A world in which every child is able to create their own story.
In collaboration with patients, families and partners, we redefine what is possible for children with brain, bone and movement conditions through clinical leadership, research and global advocacy.