Martin Boryszak, chief operating officer of Sisters of Charity Hospital, has been named the hospital's president and chief executive officer, the Catholic Health hospital system announced.
He will oversee both the hospital’s Main Street facility and St. Joseph Campus in Cheektowaga. Boryszak joined the hospital in 2009 as director of finance and was named vice president of operations at St. Joseph Campus in 2012. He has served as chief operating officer of Sisters since 2014.
Notable projects during Boryszak’s time as Sisters' chief operating officer include a “realignment strategy” across both campuses, including the successful revitalization plan at St. Joseph Campus and the opening of St. Vincent’s Health Center in collaboration with Erie County to offer primary care in the Broadway-Bailey neighborhood.
A native of South Buffalo, Boryszak lives with his family in Lake View. He holds a master's of business administration from St. Bonaventure University and a bachelor’s from the University at Buffalo, and recently completed certification in managing health care delivery through the Harvard Business School.
He replaces Peter U. Bergmann,who left earlier this year to take a similar position with University Hospitals Parma Medical Center in Ohio.
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