Catholic Health of Buffalo, N.Y., reorganizes leadership team

September 1, 2019
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Catholic Health of Buffalo, N.Y., is reorganizing its senior leadership team. Catholic Health President and Chief Executive Mark Sullivan says the new leadership structure "will build on the high-quality care that already exists within our system and drive development, innovation and efficiencies that will have an even greater impact on the health of our community."

The executive changes include:

Joyce Markiewicz to chief business development officer for Catholic Health, from president and chief executive of home and community-based care.

Tom Gleason to senior vice president of home and community-based care, with responsibility for skilled nursing facilities and home care agencies. Gleason had been the system's chief operating officer for home and community-based care.

Marty Boryszak to senior vice president for acute care services. Boryszak was president and chief executive of Catholic Health's Sisters of Charity Hospital.

Gary Tucker will retire as president and chief executive of Mount St. Mary's Hospital in Lewiston, N.Y., which Catholic Health acquired in 2015.

CJ Urlaub to Catholic Health senior vice president of strategic partnerships, integration and care delivery for Niagara County. Urlaub was president and chief executive of the system's Mercy Hospital of Buffalo. Urlaub also will assume the presidency of Mount St. Mary's Hospital as part of his Niagara County responsibilities.

Eddie Bratko to president of Mercy Hospital of Buffalo, from its chief operating officer.

John Sperrazza to president of Sisters of Charity Hospital of Buffalo and its St. Joseph Campus in Cheektowaga, N.Y. He was chief operating officer at Sisters Hospital.

Catholic Health has five hospital campuses and a network of long-term care, ambulatory care and home care services and facilities in Western New York. According to information from the system, the executive changes will enable the leaders to expand upon Catholic Health's presence and offerings.

 

 

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