The Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital & Medical Center
Whether you are suffering from a second degree or third degree burn, you’ll want to seek the best emergency care possible. Fortunately for West Hills residents, the West Hills Hospital & Medical Center is home to a globally recognized burn center.
Established in 1969 by Dr. A. Richard Grossman, the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital & Medical Center is home to a number of innovative techniques in the treatment of burns—many of which are now the standard practice in the treatment of burns across the country. Our facility stands apart from other burn centers and is distinguished by our compassionate, nurturing team of caregivers. Our team-centered, multidisciplinary approach provides personalized care to burn patients, resulting in less patient discomfort, more efficient recoveries, and better overall results. All of our clinicians are certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Advanced Burn Life Support, and Pediatric Advanced Life Support—ensuring that we uphold the highest standards in burn care medicine and therapeutic accuracy.
Here at the Grossman Burn Center, we provide state-of-the-art services and care , including:
- Intensive Care Units equipped to handle even the most severe burns
- Dedicated intermediate care units for individuals who have reached a specific healing stage or are suffering from less severe burns
- Outpatient burn services
- Hyperbaric therapy
- Same-day surgery
- ChildLife therapy
- Psychological support
- Post-discharge programs
With 31 burn beds, 8 ICU burn beds, 2 hyperbaric chambers, and VDR respirators, the Grossman Burn Center ensures efficient patient care in an innovative clinical setting. Our facility also offers a number of educational and prevention programs, including the Careful That’s Hot! program and the Burn Prevention for Seniors seminar.
With over 40 years of experience, the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital & Medical Center is your number one resource for emergency care services and burn rehabilitation programs. Learn more about our facility by visiting our website or by calling (818) 676-4000.