Caring for Our Burn Patients With the Most Advanced Treatments
At the University of Utah Health Burn Center, we offer the best care possible. Our patients and their caregivers are part of a team working together on a journey to wellness.
We Need You!
Because we are dedicated not just to patients, but also to our community, we are always looking for support for our programs. Consider helping us out with a donation today.
Verified Burn Center Experts
Why does it matter that we are a verified burn center? The American Burn Association and the American College of Surgeons designed a rigorous review program that ensures verified centers offer the best care for their patients. This includes the whole patient experience from the time of injury through rehabilitation.
It also means we meet the highest quality of care available because we meet these high quality standards. The standards are for personnel qualifications, facilities resources, organizational structure, and medical care services.
Additional Therapies & Services
- Amnion Therapy
- Child Life & Recreational Therapy
- Cultured Epithelial Autograft (CEA)
- Customized Compression Garments
- Holistic Care for the Burn Patient
- Pediatric Care
- Scar Mangement
- Skin Grafting
- Speech Therapy
Burn Outpatient Clinic Location
Mon-Fri 8 AM - 5 PM
For Our Patients
For New Patients: Caring for Yourself
University of Utah Health's Burn Center offers a range of programs to help burn survivors and their families overcome unique challenges of living with both physical and emotional scars from their injuries.
For Our Community
Our Burn Center education specialists are here to support you. We are committed to providing community education at community health fairs, fire safety, and open houses as well as burn management classes.
About the Burn Center
Burn Center Team
Our burn center team includes nurses, attending physicians, social workers, pharmacists, researchers, and more.
Support the Burn Center
After a burn injury, it's especially important for patients to have clothes, supplies, and nutritious foods to help them heal. Make a donation to the Burn Center today.
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