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More than 3000 people attend Victorian Hospital Emergency Departments suffering burn related each year. 300 of those arrive at the Alfred Burns Unit...

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What is a Burns Unit? The Burns unit at the Royal Children’s Hospital is the designated paediatric burns unit for Victoria. More than 600 children present...

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Burns Alliance

The Royal Children’s Hospital Burns Department and the Safety Centre, together with representatives from the state’s fire services and the Alfred Hospital and The Royal Children’s Hospital Burns Units have...

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The Victorian Burns Prevention Partnership is based in Melbourne, Victoria.
For burn units across Australia contact:
Victoria:
Adults - http://www.alfred.org.au/burns_unit/
Children - http://www.rch.org.au/burns/contact/

Queensland:
Adults - http://www.health.qld.gov.au/rbwh/services/burns.asp
Royal Children’s Hospital – 07-3636 3777

New South Wales:
http://www.health.nsw.gov.au/gmct/burninjury/contacts.asp

Tasmania:
http://www.dhhs.tas.gov.au/hospitals/royal_hobart/contact

South Australia:
Adults: http://www.rah.sa.gov.au/burns/contact.php
Children: http://www.wch.sa.gov.au/services/az/divisions/psurg/burns/index.html

Western Australia:
http://www.rph.wa.gov.au/Burns_Department/index.htm

Northern Territory:
Royal Darwin Hospital, Burns Unit – 08-8922 8888

New Zealand:
http://www.nationalburnservice.co.nz

 
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