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Missouri Orthopaedic Institute
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Our staff works with experts in a variety of medical disciplines, such as Child Health, Physical Medicine and other specialties, to apply a team approach that addresses a patient's medical, social, emotional, and physical conditions.

Our clinic is located at 204 N. Keene St., Suite 102 and is conveniently located just down the street from MU Children's Hospital. 

In addition to serving the general orthopaedic needs of our patients, Daniel Hoernschemeyer, MD and Sumit Gupta, MD also offer specialized care in these areas:

  • Cerebral palsy
  • Clubfoot
  • Scoliosis
  • Skeletal dysplasia
  • Spina bifida

Aaron Gray, MD specializes in sports-related injuries.

Who We Are

Daniel Hoernschemeyer, MD
Aaron Gray, MD
Sumit Gupta, MD
Kelly Scott, APN
Melisa Johnston, NP
Holly Weatley, Clinic Coordinator

Clinic Appointments

Our staff sees patients at the Pediatric Orthopaedic Clinic, located at 204 N. Keene St., Suite 102, Columbia. To schedule a visit, please call our main appointment desk at (573) 884-7874 or the Missouri Orthopaedic Institute at (573) 882-2663. Clinic FAX number is (573) 884-9898.

Additional Clinic Locations

Missouri Orthopaedic Institute at Capital Region Medical Center 
The Missouri Orthopaedic Institute at Capital Region Medical Center is an affiliate of University of Missouri Health Care in Jefferson City.
The clinic is located at 1432 Southwest Blvd. in Jefferson City, Mo.
To schedule an appointment, call (573) 882-2663.

Springfield Clinic
Mercy Whiteside Medical Building
2115 S. Fremont, Suite 2200
Springfield, Mo. 65804
To schedule an appointment, call (573) 882-2663.

Transfer of patients

To arrange for transfer of patients with orthopaedic trauma or fractures, please call the Trauma Referral Line: 1 (888) 426-8911 (1-888 42MU911).
After hours and on weekends, ask the paging operator to contact the orthopaedic resident on call to handle the transfer.

For transfer of non-trauma patients, please call the main Admissions/Transfer/Consult Line: (888) 884-MUDOC (6836). 

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