Burn treatment services at the Regions Hospital Burn Center
Burn wounds need specialized care in order to heal. The Regions Hospital Burn Center was established over 60 years ago to provide the specialized care needed to treat even the most complex burn injuries.
We have the most comprehensive burn program in the Upper Midwest. Patients receive personal care through daily interaction with a multidisciplinary team even after discharge. Our specialists have developed treatments and technologies that have been used all over the world. We care for the entire patient – body, mind and soul – with exceptional treatments, mental health support and even summer camps for burn survivors. When you need help treating a burn, our team is here for you.
Transferring a patient
As a nationally recognized burn center, we have the experience needed to treat all types of burns in adults and children. Patients come to us from all over the Upper Midwest to get the specialized care they need.
The Regions Hospital Burn Center has a helipad to accept transfer from helicopters. Patients traveling by airplanes can land at Holman Field in St. Paul, a regional airport only 5 minutes from the burn unit.
For referrals, consults or management questions call Regions Hospital Burn Center. Burn surgeons are available 24/7.
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Burn treatment services we offer
When it comes to treating a burn, we provide the highest level of care. Our burn specialists have invented treatments and technologies that are used all over the world. We provide comprehensive treatment for all
A skin graft is when healthy skin is transplanted, or attached, to the burn injury. We use this type of burn treatment to help you recover from deep second-degree and third-degree burns.
Depending on your condition, we might recommend temporary or permanent skin grafts.
As skin heals, strong collagen fibers fill the wounds. When we can see these fibers, that’s a scar. Our burn specialists are experts at minimizing and managing all types of
We use treatments like scar massage, laser therapy, pressure therapy (compression therapy) and surgery to reduce the severity and appearance of scars.
All of the face masks we use in our burn treatments are custom made to each patient’s face.
Burns heal better when they’re covered. They need to be kept moist and clean. Bandages and wound dressings are used to protect the burns and minimize scarring during the healing process. Our burn specialists are experts at choosing the right kinds of bandages for treating a burn.
We use both prefabricated and custom-made splints to help treat burns.
Baths for burns
After a burn injury, we may recommend occupational and physical therapy for burns. This type of treatment can help you regain your range of motion and independence
We have occupational and physical therapists who specialize in helping people recovering from burn injuries. We’ll guide you through targeted stretches and exercises to help you regain your function and move comfortably. We’ll also show you ways to perform daily tasks so you can confidently get through the day and move without pain.
Burn support groups
Join us for our virtual, monthly group that connects burn survivors, families and friends. You’ll talk with people who have gone through similar life experiences, learn how to cope with your injuries, and make lifelong friends. We meet the first Tuesday of the month from 6-8 p.m. and the third Thursday of the month from 1-2:30 p.m. on WebEx. This group is for adults only.
Plastic and reconstructive surgery
We’re the only burn center in the Upper Midwest to offer acute and outpatient telemedicine consultation. We have a burn surgeon available 24/7 to provide consultation and determine over the phone if a transfer is needed. Call us anytime at 800-922-2876.
Burn treatment education for medical teams
The Regions Hospital Burn Center provides specialized education, free of charge, for local doctors, registered nurses and EMS staff. This education can be offered at our facility, or our staff can come to your facility and train you in burn-specific topics.