Bertrand Chaffee Hospital was established in 1946 as a general, short-term, 24 bed, acute care hospital. It serves a rural population of about 55,000 people that encompasses approximately 525 square miles in a three-county area of Erie, Wyoming and Cattaraugus counties. Click here to learn more.
If you have been a patient in the Emergency Department or admitted to the 2nd floor at Bertrand Chaffee Hospital after July 1, 2014, you can access your medical record through our Patient Portal. Click here to register with a PIN or login to your account. Please note you can register with this link without a PIN but will not have access to any information until a PIN is submitted. A PIN was provided at time of discharge.
Patients of Dr. Wnuk, Melissa Fanton and Ken Osborn can print and complete a new patient packet to be registered as BCH Primary Care patients.
If you would prefer that a packet be mailed to you, please call our office at (716) 592-8140 or ask for one at the hospital's reception desk.
Return the completed form in person to BCH, by mail to BCHPCC 224 East Main St., Springville, NY 14141, or by fax to (716) 961-3713.
(Note if faxing, please include a cover page with your preferred contact phone number.)
Day of Caring Team Volunteers for BCH - Group from Mentholatum Company cleans up gardens and paints exterior areas in this regional United Way event
Mercy Flight Breaks Ground on Helicopter Hangar at BCH - 60x60-foot facility will open this fall
CNA Training Program Graduates Six Students - This NYS-certified program runs throughout the year
Dr. Priscilla Dale Appointed to Medical Director of the Jennie B.- Dr. Dale will focus on residents in long-term care and patients in short-term rehab programs
BCH Nurse Named President of Local Group for American Association of Diabetic Educators - Will lead Buffalo chapter for this national organization
Expanded Lab Hours in Response to Patient Demand - Lab services now available seven days a week
Bertrand Chaffee Hospital to Offer Diabetic Support Group - Monthly meetings for Type I and Type II diabetics and their loved ones are part of our community education initiative.