What does CCF support?

CCF supports four important needs in the field of orthopedics and musculoskeletal medicine: charity care, research, education and patient advocacy.

CCF support of musculoskeletal charity care focuses on qualified patients approved according to the CCF financial assistance policy which is publicly available online. We have broad discretion to include services and patients not covered by government or third-party payors, and funding for care is not limited to any location or facility. Our priority group of patients is the young adults who are former patients of Scottish Rite for Children (SRC), but we are not restricted to this group and are able to assist any qualified patient with a musculoskeletal problem. Our policy allows patients to seek care with a provider and facility of choice, but we advocate for discounted rates and recognition that this is charity care, in order to be wise stewards of our resources.

How can I help?

You can help by making a donation through our website or simply by telling others about CCF to help get the word out.

How do I apply?

You can apply for financial assistance through the Carrell Clinic Foundation by filling out our online application (available in Spanish and English) here. You can also print out a fill-in-the-blank form here and either mail, email or fax it to us.

Carrell Clinic Foundation
Attn: Dana Martinez
9301 N. Central Expressway
Tower 1, Suite 400
Dallas, TX 75231

Email: dana@carrellclinicfoundation.org
Fax: 214.953.1210

How long will it take to know if I am accepted or denied?

If you include all the required information on your application, you should receive an answer in about three business days. If you do not hear from us in this time frame, please contact us. You can email dana@carrellclinicfoundation.org or call at (214) 712-4200.

How can I stay up to date about CCF happenings?

Please follow our LinkedIn, Facebook , YouTube and Instagram pages to stay up to date. We would love to be connected with you.