New York hospital president departs 3 months into role


Shortly after his appointment in August, John Sperrazza, president of Sisters of Charity Hospital in Buffalo, N.Y., is leaving the role due to a personal "unanticipated change," a spokesperson for the hospital told The Buffalo News.

Spokesperson Carrie Sette-Camara told The Buffalo News the change is not related to recent job cuts at the hospital's parent company, Catholic Health, also based in Buffalo.

Mr. Sperrazza left the position the week of Nov. 18, according to the report. Marty Boryszak, the health system's senior vice president of acute care, will take on the role in the interim. Mr. Boryszak recently vacated the role of president and CEO of Sisters of Charity to take on his job at the system level. It was part of a broader reorganization of senior leadership that included Mr. Sperrazzo taking on the role of president. Mr. Sperrazzo previously served as COO of the hospital and its St. Joseph Campus in Cheektowaga, N.Y.

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