The Burn Care Organization membership, previously named Institutional Advisory Council (IAC), is an integral component of the ABA committee structure. This membership is comprised of ABA burn centers, engaging in advocacy and participating in issues relevant to burn care.
The Burn Care Organization membership offers a more prominent role within the ABA and a significant voice for concerns and challenges of burn centers, in the public and private sectors.
Private and public-sector advocacy with Congress, key agencies (i.e. CMS) and private payer organizations. Formal voice at the annual National Leadership Conference in Washington, DC, opportunities to meet with your US representatives to discuss key burn care issues and research.
Burn surgeons on the AMA Relative Value Update Committee and participation in the CPT update and review process.
ABA burn care resources are available to membership (i.e. Coding Primer). The discussion platform, myAmeriburn, is a tool for members to discuss issues, network, share ideas, and center resources.
Burn Care Organization Members
Arizona Burn Center at Maricopa Medical Center
Torrance Memorial Medical Center – Burn Center
Southern California Regional Burn Center at LAC & USC Medical Center
Los Angeles, CA
UCI Regional Burn Center
Shriners Hospitals for Children – Northern California
UC Davis Regional Burn Center
UC San Diego Regional Burn Center
San Diego, CA
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Regional Burn Center
San Jose, CA
Community Regional Leon S. Peters Burn Center
2823 Fresno St
Fresno CA 93721-1324
The Burn Center at Washington Medstar Hospital Center
UF Health Burn Center at the University of Florida, Shands
University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Burn Center
Tampa General Hospital Regional Burn Center
Blake Medical Center
2020 59th St W
Bradenton FL 34209-4604
Eskenazi Health Richard M. Fairbanks Burn Center
Indianapolis, IN 46202-5189
St. Joseph’s Burn Center
Mercy Hospital St. Louis
St. Louis, MO
Mercy Hospital Springfield
George David Peak Memorial Burn & Wound Center
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Burn Center
Children’s Hospital Medical Center of Akron
Shriners Hospitals for Children – Cincinnati
University of Cincinnati Medical CenterUC Healthcare
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Miami Valley Hospital Regional Adult Burn Center
Lehigh Valley Hospital Burn Center
St. Christopher’s Medical – Stuart J. Hulnick Burn Center
The Western Pennsylvania Hospital Burn Center
The Nathan Speare Regional Burn Treatment Center
Crozer Chester Medical Center
Firefighters Regional Burn Center
Parkland Health & Hospital System
Regional Burn Center
Shriners Hospitals for Children
University of Washington Regional Burn Center
Harborview Medical Center
Burn Care Organization Membership Benefits to Burn Centers
- 2 National Leadership Conference (NLC) registrations. The NLC is held annually in February and offers participation to present burn care issues to legislators and Congress members.
- 2 Complimentary ABA Memberships for ABLS Instructors affiliated with the member burn center.
- 2 Annual Meeting registrations for non-physician attendees.
- Virtual Town Hall, periodic online discussions with ABA leadership.
- Discussion board, myAmeriburn platform, to connect with our Burn Care Organization Members.
- Discounts to key ABA activities and resources (i.e. Coding Primer).