The Arizona Burn Center is a stand-out facility nationwide with a comprehensive team of researchers, and the second largest patient capacity in the country.
With dedicated emergency burn care 24 hours a day, a comprehensive team of researchers, and the second largest patient capacity in the country, the Arizona Burn Center is a stand-out facility nationwide.
The care of the burn patient is performed
through a team effort.
About the AZ Burn Center
The Arizona Burn Center at Maricopa Medical Center serves all of Arizona and receives patients from many surrounding states and Northern Mexico.
Recognized by the Arizona Department of Health Services, Division of Emergency Medical Services and Health Care Facilities as a Burn Center, the Arizona Burn Center at Maricopa Medical Center follows the guidelines for organizational structure, personnel, program and physical facilities as defined by the American Burn Association and the College of Surgeons. As a burn center, it is distinguished from other, nonspecific settings in which burn care is provided.
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The Only Verified Burn Center in Arizona
Centrally Located in Phoenix
2601 E. Roosevelt Street
Phoenix, AZ 85008
Toll free 1-866-749-2876
Burn Injury Tips
What you do for a burn in the first few minutes after it occurs can make a difference in the severity of the injury. Advanced Burn Life Support – ABLS (Call 602-344-5637)
A first degree burn is like a sunburn. It hurts and turns the skin a different color. After a few days it heals.