Kendall Regional Medical Center is proud to offer state of the art care for the treatment of burn victims. The program offers a full continuum of care from outpatient burn services to the most advanced level of inpatient critical care for infants, pediatrics, and adults.
The Burn Center at Kendall Regional Medical Center is committed to providing exceptional care and support to our burn patients as well as their families. The program consists of a multidisciplinary team of highly trained specialists with extensive burn experience. The program is led by renowned plastic & reconstructive burn surgeon, Dr. Haaris Mir, who has years of experience caring for burn victims. Dr. Mir is joined by Drs. Morad Askari, and Rizal Lim. The team of surgeons treat burn patients from initial evaluation through the entire process of reconstructive surgery.
Kendall Regional Medical Center Burn Services - Dr. Morad Askari
Kendall Regional Medical Center Burn Services - Dr. Rizal Lim
Kendall Regional Medical Center is a verified burn hospital, accredited through the American Burn Association. We have a specialized burn resuscitation room within the emergency department, as well as designated burn intensive and progressive care patient rooms.
Burn and Reconstructive Care Services
In addition to the specialized inpatient facilities, Kendall Regional Medical Center has a multidisciplinary, outpatient burn clinic. In collaboration with Burn and Reconstructive Centers of Florida, our burn clinic provides postoperative discharge management of previously hospitalized burn patients. The team in the outpatient clinic also provide consultation and management of acute and chronic wounds, as well as skin and soft tissue disorders.
For more information on South Florida's #1 Burn Center, please call (305) 222-2200.
Burn Care Info
Why is specialized care necessary for burn injuries?
Advances in burn therapy have allowed us to heal burn injuries easier and with significantly less pain. Second degree burns can be treated with a single application of bilaminate skin substitute, porcine skin or cadaver skin. Most second degree burns heal within 10 days after application of one of these skin substitutes. The substitutes do not require dressing changes, eliminating most of the pain. Third degree burns also heal quickly with a split thickness skin graft.