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  • The University Hospital Burn and Wound Center offers a unique level of comprehensive burn treatment for both pediatric and adult patients from the time of injury through discharge and rehabilitation. Learn more about the newly remodeled Burn and Wound Center
     

    Like Family: Burn and Wound Center Survivors Celebrate 10th Anniversary of Recovery at University Hospital

     

     

    The Distraction Machine

     

    Resources like a distraction station (video at left) combined with the skills of a child life specialist play a critical role in the care provided to young children in the Burn and Wound Center.

    Preventing Burns at Home

     

    UW Health burn surgeon Lee Faucher recently appeared on NBC-15 to discuss how you can prevent scalding burns, which can commonly occur at home. Watch his interview at left.

     

    Dr. Faucher also sees between 15 and 20 children each year who suffer burns on their hands from fireplace doors.

    UW Health burn surgery team members

    ACS Certified Burn Center

     

    The University of Wisconsin Burn and Wound Center is verified by the American College of Surgeons (ACS). Burn center verification by the ACS provides a true mark of distinction for a burn center, designating University Hospital among an elite group of critical care centers offering the most comprehensive critical care available for both adult and pediatric patients.

     

    Learn more about ACS certification

    UW Health Burn Care team 

    Burn and Wound Care Team

     

    At the University of Wisconsin Burn and Wound Center, a team of doctors, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, nutritionists and others work collaboratively to develop individualized treatment plans tailored to the needs of each unique patient.

     

    Learn more about your Burn and Wound Care Team

     
    Support Education and Research for Burn Patients spacer UW Health Burn Center: Summer camps for burn-injured youth


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