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Our goal at Western New York BloodCare is to be your first and best choice for health management of your blood related needs. We are the Buffalo area’s premier Hemophilia Treatment Center (HTC) and we proudly specialize in diagnostic and clinical services, advocacy, education, community outreach and research initiatives in order to provide comprehensive care for our patients with bleeding disorders.

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Services We Offer

Comprehensive Care

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Social Work

Telemedicine

Home Therapy Program

Research

Hemostasis Lab

Education

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Western New York BloodCare is committed to compassionately caring for patients, their families, and our unique community. In addition to providing state-of-the-art medical care, we are proud to offer a vast range of supportive programs and services. Western New York BloodCare has a foundation (the WNYBC Foundation) that is a Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation – this is also referred to as Chapter Services.

News

Meet Julia Macoretta – Medical Receptionist

Meet Julia Macoretta – Medical Receptionist

Our new Medical Receptionist, Julia Macoretta, is someone you will want to get to know. She has something that may appeal to everyone. She was an athlete, is currently a student, and has a history of being a versatile musician. Her love of people and her penchant for...

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Welcome Andrew Wurster, FNP

Welcome Andrew Wurster, FNP

In the US medical system and across the globe, nurses play a key role in delivering health care to those in need. These selfless individuals work tirelessly as advocates, caregivers, educators, and more in order to keep patients as healthy as possible and provide the...

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Remembering Robert Long

Remembering Robert Long

Robert Long LegacyWhen Robert Long (April 4, 1927 – January 14, 2021) started the Hemophilia Center of Western New York in 1969, he had a dream of a better life for each person affected by bleeding disorders. His vision didn’t just include patients, but their families...

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