Burn and Reconstructive Centers of America traces its roots to an emergency room in 1978. That first burn patient led to the creation of the burn center at Doctors Hospital in Augusta, GA. More than three decades later, the Joseph M. Still (JMS) Burn Center at Doctors Hospital has grown to be the largest burn center in America with 72 total beds, including 36 ICU Beds.
Patients from nearly every state in America and more than a dozen countries have been treated at the JMS Burn Center in Augusta. To provide more comprehensive, convenient care to those patients, we opened a network of clinics across the Southeast: first in Atlanta (2006), followed by Charleston, SC, (2007), and Valdosta, GA (2010).
Since the Burn Centers does much more than burn care, we also dedicated ourselves to opening centers in areas in need of advanced burn and wound care, reconstructive surgery, treatment of skin and soft tissue disorders, and more.
BRCA's Admissions Represent 18% of the Total Number of Annual Admission to U.S. Burn Centers
*Source: National Inpatient Sample (2010)