About Bradford Regional Medical Center

Founded in 1887, Bradford Regional Medical Center (BRMC) is a 107-bed acute-care community hospital located in Bradford, Pennsylvania. In addition to an acute-care hospital, BRMC also has a full service home health division, a 95-bed skilled nursing facility, and a comprehensive inpatient and outpatient behavioral health program, including one of the few dual diagnosis units in Pennsylvania, Ohio and New York.

Upper Allegheny Health System

BRMC is part of the Upper Allegheny Health System (UAHS), which includes Olean General Hospital (OGH) in Olean, New York, a 186-bed acute care hospital. UAHS provides care to a service area with more than 160,000 individuals in Southwestern New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania.


BRMC offers patients and their families a full range of diagnostic and medical services, as well as many specialty services. A wide array of multi-specialty physicians and clinicians offer services ranging from cancer, cardiac and vascular care, OB/GYN, general surgery, urology, women’s health, internal medicine, pediatrics, sleep medicine, psychiatric care, pulmonary medicine, and comprehensive counseling for alcohol and chemical dependency.

The hospital completed a $15 million building project in 2007 which included building the five-story Outpatient Services Center, redesigning and doubling the size of its Emergency Department to 13 beds, and modernizing and upgrading the Surgical Services Department.

 Bradford Fact Sheet


Questions and Answers about Bradford Regional Medical Center.

How big is Bradford Regional Medical Center?
BRMC is a 107 acute care bed, state-of-the-art inpatient facility that’s linked to a network of home health services, long-term skilled nursing care, outpatient services and primary care offices designed to provide the residents of McKean County and surrounding communities with a continuum of care. Our Imaging and Vascular Services Departments boast some of the most advanced technologies available in the US today, including a new cath lab. In September 2005, we broke ground on a $14.5 million building project to expand and enhance our outpatient services, including emergency medicine, oncology, cardiology, outpatient surgery and neurosciences.

Describe the hospital’s medical staff?
Our medical staff is comprised of an 80-member team that shows its commitment to our friends, neighbors, relatives and supporters. Their skill, training, certification, experience and genuine concern for patients complement the continuum of care provided at BRMC.

What types of specialties are represented at Bradford Regional Medical Center?
Anesthesiology/Pain Management, Cardiology, Dentistry, Emergency Medicine, Family Practice, General Medicine, General Surgery, General/Vascular Surgery, Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology/Hematology, Nephrology, Neurology, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Occupational Health, Ophthalmology (Eye Surgeon), Orthopaedics, Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose and Throat), Pathology, Podiatry, Psychiatry, Pulmonology, Radiology, Urology, Wound Care, Nurse Practitioners.

What is the hospital’s service area?
Bradford Regional Medical Center’s service area consists of approximately 60,000 residents.

How many beds does the ICU have?
Bradford Regional Medical Center has a 5 bed ICU.

Does Bradford Regional Medical Center have academic affiliations?
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Science. This was one of the first affiliations of this kind established in this country.

How busy is the hospital?

2008 Statistics

Adult Admissions: 3,978
Adult Patient Days: 12,225
Births: 341
Cardiac Rehab Visits: 29,353
Nursing Home Days: 28,719
Operating Room Procedures: 6,187
Oncology Encounters: 3,777
Emergency Room Visits: 17, 423
Laboratory Tests: 1,471,439
Diagnostic Imaging: 61,063