Burn care at Methodist Hospital and Methodist Children's Hospital
The Methodist Hospital Burn and Reconstructive Center provides advanced, comprehensive burn treatment, repair and reconstruction surgery, critical care, and outpatient services to adult and pediatric patients from San Antonio and the surrounding communities in the south Texas region.
The Methodist Hospital Burn and Reconstructive Center collaborates with the widely respected Burn and Reconstructive Centers of America, which represents the largest burn network in the world, bringing to Methodist Hospital state-of-the-art, cutting-edge technology and premier care for burn and wound care patients.
Our highly qualified team of surgeons, nurses and therapists are certified and trained in critical burn and advanced wound care for adults and children.
For more information about the Burn & Reconstructive Center, please call, call: (855) 863-9595
Leading-edge burn care facilities
Methodist Hospital Burn and Reconstructive Center includes specially equipped emergency burn rooms with 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 Methodist Hospital and Methodist Children’s Hospital campus. The clinic is equipped for short and long-term rehabilitation, providing the best possible outcomes for patients.
Types of burns we treat
The capabilities within the Methodist Hospital Burn and Reconstructive Center include treatment for all burn types:
- Friction/road rash
- Hyperbaric oxygen treatment
- Treatment for complex wounds
- Skin and soft tissue disorder treatment
Compassionate, lifesaving burn care
Methodist Hospital Burn and Reconstructive Center offers compassionate care for all types of burn patients. Our multidisciplinary care teams including trauma, burn, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and nutrition work together to ensure the best outcome for each patient.