SPRINGVILLE—Daniel Karstedt and Kenneth Dabolt have been added to the Bertrand Chaffee Hospital Primary Care Center.
Karstedt, a physician assistant, specializes in family medicine and earned his master’s degree from Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pa. Prior to attending school for his physician assistant training, he spent four years at Mercyhurst where he earned a bachelor’s of science in biology.
Karstedt is originally from Eden and is a graduate of Eden Junior/Senior High School. Throughout his clinical year, he gained experience in primary care and has a particular interest in dermatology and sports medicine. He is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.
“I hope to establish healthy long-term relationships with my patients. I am excited to provide accessible health care to those in our rural community as I grew up and reside in a small town and understand the importance of keeping health care close to home,” said Karstedt. “I believe the close-knit community at Bertrand Chaffee Hospital will provide a very rewarding experience as a healthcare provider.”
Kenneth Dabolt is a resident of Sardinia and earned his physician assistant degree from Daemen College. His clinical rotations included ob/gyn, emergency medicine, dermatology, plastic surgery, general surgery and pediatrics. He is a member of the Western New York Physician Assistant Association and the American Academy of Physician Assistants.
“I grew up in this area and I’m proud to be able to practice medicine in my hometown,” said Dabolt. “Primary care visits are an essential way for patients to maintain their good health, and I’m looking forward to contributing to better health outcomes in our region.”
The BCH Primary Care Center is accepting new patients and all major insurances. Call 592-8140 for an appointment.