First Responder Lunch Giveaway On Air

Crozer-Keystone wants to honor our First Responders with lunch delivered to a deserving team by WMGK!

Crozer-Keystone Health System wants to thank all First Responders for all they do for our community, so LUNCH is on us. Crozer-Keystone will provide lunch for up to 20 people. An MGK personality will personally deliver lunch. All you have to do is register!

Fill out the entry form below, it is that easy!

Founded in 1973, the Nathan Speare Regional Burn Treatment Center at Crozer-Chester Medical Center is the only burn facility in suburban Philadelphia providing comprehensive treatment for pediatric and adult burn patients and their families — from emergency and intensive care to rehabilitation, follow-up and outpatient services.

Emergency care, critical burn care and outpatient wound care is delivered within emotionally supportive environments. The burn care physicians and other team members – critical care physicians, plastic surgeons, psychologists, certified nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, recreational therapists, respiratory therapists, pharmacists and certified nutritionists - comprise the team of experts caring for pediatric and adult burn clients.

Crozer-Keystone Burn Treatment Center: Celebrating Forty Years as a National Leader in Burn Care

Firefighter Chase Frost talks about the event that brought him to Crozer's Burn Center and his successful recovery. The Nathan Speare Regional Burn Treatment Center at Crozer-Chester Medical Center is celebrating its 40th anniversary or providing outstanding care for adults and childrens suffering from burns and soft tissue disorders.


Tips on Treating a Burn

How to Treat a Burn

  • You and your family are exposed to burn risks every day. Between curling irons, hot coffee, ironing clothes and cooking in the kitchen, burns are a very real possibility.
  • First Aid for Burns
  • If you or a family member suffers a burn, there are some immediate steps you can take to ensure proper care is received. First, treat every burn like a major burn until you can determine otherwise. You should calm and reassure the person who has been burned. Next you’ll want to address the following:
  • Remove Clothing and Accessories
  • Remove any clothing or tightly fitting accessories like wedding rings from the areas around the burn. If clothing is stuck in the burn, do not attempt to remove it.
  • Cool the Burn
  • If possible, run the burn under cool, not cold, water for 10 to 15 minutes. If this not possible, apply a cool, clean wet cloth to the burn. Do NOT use ice.
  • Assess the Burn
  • You should assess the burn to determine if it is superficial or more severe. You may be able to treat a superficial burn at home, but a more sever burn will require medical treatment.