The Hemophilia Center of Western New York is a 501c3 not-for-profit New York State licensed diagnostic and treatment center.
The Center was founded in 1969 and was originally located in the E.J. Meyer Memorial Hospital, now ECMC. In 1984, a pediatric satellite was established at Children’s Hospital of Buffalo. In 2009, both the adult and pediatric sites re-located to 936 Delaware Avenue, our current location, enabling all patients to be treated at one site. The comprehensive care model for hemophilia has been used since the Center’s inception. The Center has provided services to the eight counties of Western New York for nearly 50 years.
Not-for-profit diagnostic and treatment center and a chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundation.
The Hemophilia Center of Western New York (HCWNY) is a separate, not-for-profit, New York State licensed diagnostic and treatment center offering a variety of specialized diagnostic and health maintenance services for persons with bleeding and clotting disorders as well as Gaucher Disease that require lifelong medical management. Through its clinical services, advocacy, education, and research initiatives, HCWNY strives to improve the quality of life for people affected by these conditions.