Inpatient Care Burn and wound treatment - The Bronson Burn and Wound Team treats any patient with burns and wounds that require medical attention. Once a patient has been stabilized, treated and returned home, Bronson Burn and Wound Center provides ongoing outpatient care and support-allowing patients to maintain their independence at home while receiving specialized care.
Outpatient Care Burn and Wound Center - At this center, nationally accredited, certified burn and wound care nurses provide outpatient care for patients of all ages. Patients can get back to their daily lives and visit the clinic regularly for the care they need. A physician referral is required.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is a medical treatment that exposes the entire body to 100 percent oxygen. This oxygen is delivered to body tissues and helps the growth of new small blood vessels, which improves the healing process. A physician referral is required.
Burn Rehabilitation Occupational and physical therapists help patients improve through stretching, strengthening, and functional activities. Our staff also provides education for patients and families. A physician referral is required. Education Bronson is active in many community education and burn prevention programs, including:
School Re-entry Program-to ease young burn survivors' return to school
Kids Burn Camp-which provides a fun and caring environment where burned children ages seven - 17 can play and support one another
Juvenile Firestarters Program-to help educate children who have fire-setting behaviors and are at risk of burn injury