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It is important to take precautions against home fires.

Nearly 13,000 people are injured in home fires annually.

The best way to practice fire safety is to prevent one from happening.

Interested in learning more about how to keep your home and family safe this winter? Read some precautionary tips from the Mercy Trauma and Burn Center and the U.S. Fire Administration.

Service Spotlight

Trauma and Burn Services 

For more than 40 years, UPMC Mercy Trauma and Burn Centers have been a leader in providing comprehensive care for severe trauma and burn patients.

As the region's only combined Level I Trauma and Comprehensive Burn Center, our goal is to deliver both state-of-the-art trauma care and long-term burn treatment designed to facilitate healing.

»Learn more about UPMC Mercy Trauma and Burn Services.

Community Health Needs Assessment

UPMC Mercy has conducted a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA). Read the report to learn how the hospital has connected with residents and experts and is improving community health.

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