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Trauma Program Manager


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UPMC Mercy


200 Lothrop Street

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213

United States

Company Description

A world-renowned health care provider and insurer, Pittsburgh-based UPMC is inventing new models of accountable, cost-effective, patient-centered care. It provides more than $888 million a year in benefits to its communities, including more care to the re ... more

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Board Member
Pennsylvania Trauma Systems Foundation



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Michelle Fontana, RN, BSN, CCRN

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Michelle Fontana, RN, BSN, CCRN

Manager of Trauma and Burn Services
UPMC Mercy Hospital
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The gift was presented Sept. 9 from Rock Bottom senior managing partner Monte Pyburn, brewmaster Matthew Carroll, special events coordinator Julie Zook, and representatives from area fire companies to Dr. Larry M. Jones, director of Mercy Trauma and Burn Centers, Michelle Fontana, trauma program manager, and Stephanie K. Pugliese, special events manager, Pittsburgh Mercy Foundation.

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PITTSBURGH - On Sunday, Michelle Fontana stood in a reception room at Mercy Hospital in Pittsburgh surrounded by burn patients who posed for pictures with the doctors and nurses who have treated them over the years.

"We're like family," Fontana, a Hopewell Township native, said as she proudly looked around."In fact, we can be closer than family when you consider how much time we spend with burn patients when they are here."
Fontana, manager of trauma and burn programs at Mercy, was taking part in the burn center's eighth annual Burn Survivor Sunday, an event that reunites the medical teams with patients whose lives have been forever changed by their injuries.
The event is also tied to the 17th annual National Burn Awareness Week, Feb. 2 to 8, and the 36th anniversary of Mercy Hospital's burn center.
Mercy treats about 300 burn patients a year.About a third of them are children.
"It's a real kick to see someone who wasn't expected to live a year ago, to see them back in a productive life," Fontana said."It's especially great seeing the children who were burned when they were 8 or 10 and to see them as teen-agers now acting like nothing ever happened."
About 50 burn survivors and their families attended the event, which resembled any other family reunion.There were balloons, a buffet table and games for the kids.
Laughter and shouts of recognition greeted many of the burn survivors as they walked into the room.

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