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Our Mission

The philosophy of Burn and Reconstructive Centers of America is simple: We provide treatment to patients no matter their gender, age, mechanism of injury or ability to pay.

This goal has been the cornerstone of our burn centers since the first patient was treated at Doctors Hospital in Augusta, Georgia, in 1978. That single patient set the process in motion to establish what would become the nation’s largest burn center. Along with that growth came the need to bring our care closer to our patients via satellite clinics across the Southeast.

From the outset, our physicians banded together to create Physicians’ Multispecialty Group to provide patient care. PMG evolved into Joseph M. Still Burn Centers, Inc., the forerunner of BRCA.

BRCA continues to grow and partner with hospitals across the country to provide patient access to a continuum of care that supports the patient from initial injury through long-term rehabilitation, while ensuring no patient is turned away. We provide quality burn, hand, wound and reconstructive care to patients through new facilities, new partnerships and the latest advancements in care. BRCA is the nation’s largest burn network with more than 397 beds and 17 facilities across nine states including Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Mississippi, Nevada, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. The cornerstone of the network, JMS Burn Center at Doctors Hospital in Augusta, Georgia, sits as the largest individual burn center in America with 99 total beds, including 36 in the Intensive Care Unit.







Today, Burn and Reconstructive Centers of America is still committed to following the mission that harkens back the first patient in 1978: Healing Patients. Healing Families. Healing Lives.®

Our History

  • First Year 1978

    Treated approximately 45 patients with 1 dedicated burn bed at Doctors Hospital

  • 1985

    Opened the hospital’s first self-contained burn unit with 25 beds

  • 1997

    Opened an “overflow” area for 10 patients
    that would be used as needed

  • 2001

    The “overflow” becomes permanent bed
    space, increasing the total number of burn beds to 35

  • 2003

    • Opened beds on 6th floor, bringing total to 45 beds
    • Fred Mullins, M.D., FACS, is named Medical Director of the JMS Burn Center at Doctors Hospital

  • 2005

    Opened 4 West, making the JMS Burn Center the largest in the nation with 57 beds

  • 2006

    WellStar Cobb Outpatient Clinic (Austell, GA)

  • 2007

    Trident Health Systems Outpatient
    Clinic (Charleston, SC)

  • 2008

    Crossgates River Oaks Outpatient
    Clinic (Jackson, MS)

  • 2009

    Addition of inpatient services at Crossgates

  • 2010

    • Opened renovated Burn ICU, boosting total bed count to 72
    • 15 beds dedicated to inpatient burn care at Crossgates
    • South Georgia Medical Center
      Outpatient Clinic (Valdosta, GA)
  • 2012

    Kendall Regional Medical Center (Miami, FL) 

  • 2013

    Addition of inpatient services at WellStar Cobb

  • 2015

    • Relocation of Mississippi facility to Merit Health Central
    • Blake Medical Center (Bradenton, FL)
    • Swedish Medical Center (Denver, CO) 
    • Medical City Plano (Plano, TX) 
  • 2017

    Medical Center of Aurora (Aurora, CO)

  • 2018

    Brandon Regional Hospital (Brandon, FL)

  • 2019

    • Telemedicine Clinic out of South Georgia
      Regional Medical Center
    • Capital Regional Medical Center (Tallahassee, FL)
    • Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (Idaho Falls, ID)
    • Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center (Las Vegas, NV)
  • 2020

    • Methodist Healthcare (San Antonio, TX)
    • Chippenham Hospital (Richmond, VA)





    • TriStar Skyline Medical Center (Nashville, TN)