The Burn Care Unit Project

Our Plans & Goal for Burn Care Unit

To provide effective care for severely burned patients and to reduce their pain and suffering during hospitalization. To achieve faster wound care healing and management with techniques, such as skin grafting and other reconstructive surgeries. By shortening the length of stay of burn patients in hospital is beneficial for the reintegration with their families.

Prior to our Burn Care Unit, patient Errol with sever 3rd degree burns - Nov 2002 Opening Welcome - 2002 2002 - Opening Plaque signifying the birth of the Burn Care Unit - Nov 2010 After several months of skin grafting - May 2008 A young burn patient sitting by a door - July 2008 A young burn patient recovering in one of the Burn Care Unit's six sterile rooms - March 2009 Nurse Julie with a young burn patient - July 2010 A young burn patient awaiting to be discharged after 30 days of hospitalization - July 2011 Patient admitted with 2nd degree burns, after 30 days of hospitalization - July 2011 Burn Care Manual Burn Care Manual Burn Care Manual Refurbishing Door - 2012 Refurbishing Door - 2012 Refurbishing Door - 2012 Refurbished Door - 2012 Burn Patient - Nov 2013 Burn Patient - Nov 2013 Reburshished Door - Nov 2013 Toddler in the Burn Care Unit - Nov 2013 Patient with severe burns by open flame Medical drugs are FREE for burn patients Burn Patient Canadian High Commissioner visiting the Burn Care Unit A doctor from China working in the BCU while learning English 2004 Nurses & Doctor team BCU - Wound Care Room




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