Yes, the Queen Victoria Hospital at East Grinstead has a well-established Burns Unit. But it is also world famous for plastic and reconstructive surgery.
The picture (painting) shows Archibald McIndoe (later Sir Archibald) operating there in 1944. The bronze monument (and a very moving one it is, too) was unveiled in 2014. See also the "Guinea Pig Club".
Sad to relate that McIndoe died young (at 59 years) in 1960. He was born in New Zealand, by the way.
Nothing seemed to come out of this conversation so thought I'd suggest you may wish to email the Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead (near Gatwick). They are a specialised burns hospital that was probably the first dedicated burns unit set up for fighter pilots in WW2. I used to know the medical photographer but he's retired so suggest you email this to ask who is the med eng. email@example.com
Dave, I remember servicing and changing the beads for the Clinton Fluid Beds. The beads were so small and got absolutely everywhere. As I recall we were still collecting remnants of these beads throughout the department and clothes for sometime after.
Things may have moved on a bit, Angus ... but what level ("quality") of staffing do you have in mind?
We had some "state of the art" kit in some places in KSA during the 80's and 90's ... but I don't recall too much in the way of quality nursing. In one place (when we had a patient in) I used to visit our Burns Unit at least once a day, but I'm pretty sure I never encountered anyone but the patient in there (and I would have remembered, had I met someone). Rather unsurprisingly, the poor guy didn't survive.
Anyway ... there seems to be a fair amount of stuff available on line.