ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - UNM Hospital's burn center got a big boost in funding and Monday it outlined plans for what it will do with that money.
The center received $100,000 from the legislature to update the facility and buy new equipment.
It will also create an outdoor healing space for burn victims.
Members of the fire fighters union helped push for that funding and also contributed $15,000 to the burn center.
Last year, the center provided inpatient services to more than 300 people with burn injuries.
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