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We are pleased to announce that this year’s outing generated a donation of $50,000 for the two burn centers.  Checks were presented at out November Chapter meeting.




Thanks to everyone who participated in this year's outing.    

This years winners were the team from Koorsen Fire & Security of Tim Toth, Zach McMichael, Jeff Scalise, Dan Melton.  They shot 16 under par.  











The 35th Burn Center Outing will be held on September 26, 2024.  Details will be available in the next few months

Click on the flyer below for the 2023 information.













Check presentation at Ohio State Women's Basketball game January 19, 2023.  Thanks for our friends at Ohio State for hosting our team!















Thanks to everyone who participated in this year's outing.  It was our largest event ever! 














For pictures from this year's outing, click here.


The 2022 outing generated $36,000 that was split between the two hospitals.


Since 1990, the Burn Center outing has raised nearly $550,000.  Thank you to everyone who has supported this outing.

Information about the 2023 Outing

The Central Ohio Chapter of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers Presents

The 34th Annual Burn Center Outing

Monday September 25, 2023

The Medallion Club

The Medallion Club
5000 Club Drive
Westerville, Ohio 43082

Click Here to Register


Or copy this link into your browser:

Sponsors can upload your company logo and web site address to the registration website.

Credit cards are accepted online.  Credit cards cannot be used on the course to purchase drinks.


Golf package ($250) includes golf, cart, golfer gift, gift bag, on-course beverages, use of practice range and locker facilities, morning refreshments, lunch, dinner, and all the fun you can stand.

For information contact Bob Dawson at ( ) or 614-561-8145

 or Jim Dimarzo at ( or 614-882-1916.

The following is information for each of the Burn Units.








The Ohio State Comprehensive Burn Center provides specialized care for patients with multiple types of thermal, inhalation, and soft tissue injuries as well as reconstruction for scaring in healed burns. In the past year, we have cared for over 400 inpatient burn patients and have had over 2,200 outpatient clinic visits. We have also performed over 150 laser treatments annually for burn survivors to help reduce scarring, pain, itching and nerve pain.  As the only American Burn Association Adult Verified burn center in Columbus, our goal is to treat survivors of burns from the time of injury with their daily activities and eventual integration back to work.


The monies raised by the SFPE Golf Outing have benefited our patients and staff in the following ways:

  • Assisting with burn compression garments for patients who do not have the resources to pay for these without our assistance. Compression garments help lessen the appearance and impact of the scars after recovery.

  • Providing training for our SOAR (Survivors Offering Assistance in Recovery) program and supporting our monthly survivor group outings. We are also working on having the inpatients involved with the survivors so they can ask questions while still in the hospital, to help provide the inpatients with the sense of hope seeing survivors thrive after their injuries.

  • Sponsoring trainee travel to the American Burn Association meeting in order to share novel research into burns and recovery.

  • Burn survivor functions which bring together the nursing staff, first responders and burn survivors to celebrate their successes in recovery.  


We at the Burn Center are so appreciative for the ongoing generosity of SFPE and those that support the annual Golf Outing to improve the lives of our burn survivors on a daily basis.










The Burn Center at Nationwide Children’s Hospital is an all-inclusive program dedicated to providing best outcomes to pediatric burn patients. As one of the select programs verified by the American Burn Association and American College of Surgeons, burn patients and their families receive the expertise and support of a comprehensive, multidisciplinary team from arrival to the hospital often into adulthood. The goal of the program is to provide optimal care to assure the best possible physical, psychological and social outcomes that promote a return to a healthy and active life.

Nationwide Children’s Hospital Burn Center team provides care to children with all types of burns, from thermal injuries to cutaneous conditions, delivering collaborative burn treatment throughout the patient care continuum to optimize outcomes.

This annual golf outing will raise money for the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Burn Center to provide state of the art care, support for the families they serve and help fund programs that foster return to a healthy active life for both the burn survivor and their families:

  • Healthy Healing Burn Camp welcomes burn survivors (and others with conditions similar to burn injuries) and their families who have been treated in the Burn Center at Nationwide Children’s Hospital, to come together to share their unique experiences. The program focuses on community building, strengthening family bonds, giving and receiving support and learning new ways to thrive in the community.

  • Phoenix World Burn Congress is one of the largest gatherings for the burn community. Its goal is to connect those in the burn community with support, resources, and each other to help aide in the journey of recovery from a burn injury. Funding will sponsor staff and patient families to attend this event.


Thank you for your valued contributions to NCH’s Burn Center.


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