Lions Burn Care Center

Nevada's Only Verified Burn Center

The UMC Lions Burn Care Center offers the highest level of burn care available in Nevada, providing community members with access to our world-class team of experts. We have served our community for more than 50 years, operating as a nonprofit hospital supported by the Lions Clubs of Clark County to meet the needs of Nevadans and patients from surrounding states. During the past five decades, we have cared for tens of thousands of burn patients. For our team, burn care isn’t an opportunity to make a profit; it’s about providing lifesaving care for the people who need us most.

Our dedicated health care professionals offer the highest level of care for patients with burn injuries of any size, frostbite, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, toxic epidermal necrolysis (TENS), necrotizing fasciitis, soft tissue injures and those at risk for multisystem organ failure.

The UMC Lions Burn Care Center is one of the few hospitals in the nation and the ONLY hospital in Nevada to earn verification as a Burn Center by the American Burn Association and the Committee on Trauma of the American College of Surgeons. This achievement recognizes our team’s commitment to providing patients with the highest level of burn care.


Outpatient Burn Care Clinic

The UMC Lions Burn Care Center offers comprehensive outpatient burn and wound care services. To schedule an appointment at the clinic, please call our team directly at 702-383-2575.

For Physicians: To submit a Physician Order, please download and complete this form and submit the completed form via email or fax.

Clinic Hours

Six days a week; hours of operation are from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

To arrange a Clinic Appointment, please call 702-383-2575 during clinic hours.
Questions: Call the outpatient charge nurse at 702-383-2575 during clinic hours.
Questions/Concerns After Clinic Hours: Call the inpatient charge nurse at 702-383-2268.

UMC Lions Burn Care Center Building

American Burn Association

The American Burn Association is dedicated to improving the lives of everyone affected by burn injury through patient care, education, research and advocacy. UMC is a member of the American Burn Association. Please click here to learn more.

The American Burn Association also offers valuable information and burn safety materials, including the two fact sheets linked below:

UMC doctor taking bandage off patient

Providing Education to Professionals

The UMC Lions Burn Care Center provides initial burn treatment education to other Emergency Room departments in the region, in addition to paramedics, fire departments, UNLV, CCCC nursing students, family practice physicians and school nurses. An advanced burn life support (ABLS) provider course is held four to five times per year.

For more information about these programs or any others, please contact the UMC Lions Burn Care Center at 702-671-1087 and ask for Yasmin Conaway, RN, Burn Program Manager.

Entering School with Support

School Reentry is a program where Lions Burn Care staff actually go into a patient’s school and discuss that child’s injuries with their classmates. This program helps transition a student back into the school environment.

For more information about this programs or any others, please contact the UMC Lions Burn Care Center at 702-383-2268 and ask for the Child Life Team.

Ongoing Burn Support Group

We offer Adult and Pediatric Support group for people who have suffered burns.
Please contact: Cara Goodman, Family Therapist, 702-383-6293

Fire Prevention Education

The UMC Lions Burn Care Center is part of the Southern Nevada Fire Setters Diversion program. This program is specifically designed for arson offenders who are children. The Youth Fire Setter Diversion program provides education designed to prevent families from experiencing problems with fire setting.

For more information about this program or any others, please contact the UMC Lions Burn Care Center at 702-671-1087 and ask for Yasmin Conaway, RN, Burn Program Manager.

Additional Types of Patients Admitted to the Burn Center

  • Trauma patients
  • Plastic reconstructive patients
  • Patients requiring hydrotherapy (ex., road rash)
  • Patient with negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) with extensive dressing change
  • Infected NPWT patients will be reviewed on a case-by-case analysis. Primary MD, burn unit manager and infection control should review the case to determine appropriateness based on the unit population.
  • Patients with flaps or grafts
  • Large wounds requiring extensive dressing changes
  • Patients with Stevens-Johnson syndrome
  • Necrotizing fasciitis
  • Reconstructive grafts


  • See injury descriptions above
  • Second- or third-degree burns > 10% TBSA age < 10 years old > 50 years old
  • Second- or third-degree burns > 20% TBSA any age
  • All second- or third-degree burns of face, hands, feet, joints or genitalia

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