Comprehensive Burn Center at Medical City Plano
Medical City Plano’s Burn & Reconstructive Center of Texas, provides high-level, comprehensive burn treatment, repair and reconstruction surgery, critical care and outpatient services to patients from Collin Country as well as all parts of Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico and Louisiana.
The Burn & Reconstructive Center is Collin County's only and North Texas' second dedicated burn unit. Medical City Plano is also the only
Level 1 Trauma Center in Collin County, providing the highest level of trauma care available.
Medical City Plano Burn & Reconstructive Center patient Rana-Gee Lum was not expected to live after a horrific car crash, let alone ever walk again. Read her inspiring story in D Magazine.
Leading-Edge Burn Care Facilities
Medical City Plano’s Burn & Reconstructive Center includes a specially equipped ED burn room, two dedicated operating rooms, an eight bed intensive care unit, a step down unit for inpatient care and a four-room Outpatient Burn Clinic.
The ED burn room, operating rooms and ICU have special climate controls to regulate temperature and humidity for burn patients who often have difficulty maintaining body temperature.
We provide all follow-up care to burn patients at the Outpatient Burn Clinic, which is conveniently located on the Medical City Plano campus. The clinic is equipped for short- and long-term rehabilitation, providing the best possible outcomes for patients.
Types of Burns We Treat
The Burn and Reconstructive Center of Texas collaborates with the widely respected Joseph M. Still Burn Center in Augusta, Georgia, a pioneer in burn care treatment. Our highly qualified team of surgeons, nurses and therapists are certified and trained in critical burn and advanced wound care for adults.
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Compassionate, Life-Saving Burn Care
Medical City Plano’s Burn & Reconstructive Center offers compassionate care for all types of burn patients, including critically injured trauma patients suffering from multiple injuries as well as severe burns. When 16-year-old Kendall Murray became one of these patients after a car crash that killed two other teens, Medical City Plano’s multidisciplinary teams including trauma, burn, physical therapy, occupational therapy and nutrition came together and provided the teamwork Kendall needed to survive and recover.