Las Vegas, NV - Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center is pleased to announce that it has acquired The Burn and Reconstructive Center of Sunrise Hospital, a dedicated and comprehensive burn and wound center treating both adult and pediatric patients in Southern Nevada and neighboring communities.

The center, formerly part of the Burn & Reconstructive Centers of America, is now under new ownership currently employing three renowned physicians specializing in general surgery, critical care surgery, trauma surgery and plastic surgery as well as eight advance practice providers including physician assistants and nurse practitioners. The center is located on the campus of Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center at 3186 S. Maryland Pkwy., Las Vegas, NV 89109 since its introduction to the community in 2019. The center is currently accepting new patients.

The established board-certified surgeons include Burn Medical Director at Sunrise Hospital, Jay E. Coates, Jr., DO, FACOS, FACS, Allan D. MacIntyre, DO, FACOS and Jeroen Balledux, MD. The physicians are experienced in comprehensive patient management using the latest techniques for burn and wound care. The clinic is part of the larger network, HCA Healthcare, joining four hospitals, free-standing emergency rooms, outpatient clinics, urgent care clinics and other care sites in the community.

“By employing a team of highly skilled and specialized providers with access to superior technology and state of the art techniques, we will be able to continue to raise the bar of the quality of care that is delivered to our community,” said Todd P. Sklamberg, Chief Executive Officer, Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center and Sunrise Children's Hospital. “The three surgeons and comprehensive care team are leaders in their field, and we are lucky to have them in our community.”

The center is equipped to treat many conditions and provide treatment for all burn types including the most complex to simple. Burn types include; chemical, electrical friction/road rash, frostbite, inhalation, radiation, thermal and treatment for hand and upper extremity injuries. The center also treats many different types of wounds including skin and soft tissue disorders. At The Burn and Reconstructive Center of Sunrise Hospital, patients have access to the most comprehensive and supportive personalized care plans with the physicians and care team working to achieve the very best outcomes.

“I look forward to continue to serve our patients with the most advanced, compassionate care,” said Dr. Coates. “I could not be more pleased to continue to provide the same level of elite burn and wound care that we've been providing since 2019 when we began offering this much needed service. I look forward to using my extensive background and training to unite with my colleagues. We are providing better access to more comprehensive services to meet the needs of this community and the surrounding areas,” said Dr. Coates.

A toll-free, 24/7 phone line is available for triaging patients for consultations, referrals and transfers. For patients and general inquiries during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., the clinic line is (702) 961-7552. To learn more about The Burn and Reconstructive Center of Sunrise Hospital, please visit our burn care page.