Acute Care Surgery at the University of Michigan specializes in care for major trauma and burn patients, as well as the management of emergency surgery and critical care services.
The University of Michigan is a Level 1 Trauma and Burn Verified Center, recognized by the American College of Surgeons and the American Burn Association as meeting or exceeding the highest standards of care for the most critically injured patients.
The University of Michigan Trauma Burn Center is a recognized leader in treating burn-injured patients, but also in burn prevention, education and research. As the state's only Burn Verified Center the U-M is a recognized leader not only in treating the most severely burn-injured patients, but also in burn prevention, education and research.
Surgical Critical Care
The University of Michigan Surgical Critical Care Units care for patients requiring specialized pulmonary, renal, cardiovascular, neurological, or post-operative monitoring.
The emergency surgery service uses an evidence-based medicine approach to manage acute surgical disease. From the emergency department to the operating room, we care for patients with medical problems that cannot wait to be seen by their regular doctor.