Founding – Partners

The IHDI would like to thank; The Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children, The Git-R-Done Foundation and the Fundación Telefónica. Without their generous support, we would not be where we are today.

With locations and contributing faculty around the world, the International Hip Dysplasia Institute is based at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children in Orlando, FL USA. In partnership with Arnold Palmer Hospital and its parent organization, Orlando Health (a not-for-profit hospital system), all philanthropic gifts will be processed through the Orlando Health Foundation.


 

Git-R-Done Foundation

 

The Git-R-Done Foundation will provide assistance to individuals, families and organizations that have experienced hardships beyond their control.

 


We at Fundación Telefónica are convinced that by facilitating access to knowledge to people it is possible to play a transformation role and to contribute in this way to the educational, social and cultural development of the communities of which we are part.

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