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How do I apply for a job with Catholic Health?
We ask that you apply for open positions within Catholic Health online. To search for and apply for open positions:
What are the street addresses for your facilities?
The addresses for our facilities are listed with each facility. Please see Facilities for a complete listing of services, addresses, and phone numbers.
Who do I contact with comments regarding a Catholic Health hospital?
Please call the patient representative at the hospital where you received care. Phone numbers for our patient representatives are listed on our hospital pages:
You may also fill out our online contact form and your comments will be forwarded to the appropriate patient representative.
I require medical care but do not have insurance. What are my options?
The Catholic Health Heathcare Assistance Program allows persons to receive medically necessary services at no charge or reduced charge, if they are eligible, at Catholic Health facilities. Click here for information about our healthcare assistance program.
You may also qualify for free or low-cost insurance programs. Click here to learn about your insurance options.
How do I find out what community education classes are offered?
How do I obtain a copy of my birth certificate?
Click here for information on how to obtain your birth certificate.
How do I find out information about an adoption?
Those who were born at a hospital and adopted must provide us with their birth name in order to access their records. To provide any information about the birth mother, we require the birth mother patient authorization. Without the birth mother patient authorization, the birth mother's name and all information about her will be carefully blocked on all correspondence and records.
How do I obtain a copy of my medical records?
Click here for information on how to obtain your medical records.
Where can I find information about volunteering at a Catholic Health hospital?
Volunteers may work in Kenmore Mercy Hospital, Mercy Hospital of Buffalo, Sisters of Charity Hospital, or Sisters of Charity Hospital, St. Joseph Campus.
For more information, please visit our Volunteering page.
How do I contact Catholic Health?