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Brittany Johnson, PA, is a UW Health physician assistant who cares for people of all ages with burn injuries, traumatic injuries and chronic or hard-to-heal wounds.
Brittany collaborates with the inpatient burn team to treat patients with second- and third-degree burns. She also provides care for a wide variety of wounds and sores, including non-healing surgical wounds, diabetic ulcers, pressure injuries, and wounds associated with faulty veins, leg swelling or slow blood flow to the lower extremities.
During the initial visit, Brittany talks with each patient about what caused their burns and wounds and how those injuries impact their everyday lives. She works to make sure patients understand that they’re a vital part of their own care team. She educates people about their wounds and shows them techniques they can use at home to help promote healing.
When not caring for patients, Brittany enjoys spending time with family, playing recreational soccer, snowboarding and walking her chocolate labs.
I show people the latest techniques to help their wounds heal. Seeing success at follow-up visits is the best part of my job.
Education & credentials
- University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT