John Sperrazza Named Chief Operating Officer of Sisters of Charity Hospital

Aug 23, 2017 | News & PR, Press Releases, Sisters of Charity Hospital

Catholic Health is pleased to announce that John Sperrazza has been named Chief Operating Officer of Sisters of Charity Hospital. Sperrazza previously served as vice president for Ancillary Diagnostic and Treatment Services for Catholic Health, a position he has held since 2014. He joined Catholic Health in 2007 as director of Imaging Services for Kenmore Mercy Hospital, Mercy Hospital of Buffalo and Sisters of Charity Hospital and was later named vice president of Imaging Services.

“John’s in-depth knowledge and perspective, from both a system and hospital level, will serve him well in this new role,” said Mark Sullivan, executive vice president & Chief Operating Officer for Catholic Health. “He has proven to be a results driven leader within our organization and has a deep commitment to our mission and values.”

As COO, Sperrazza will be responsible for hospital operations at both Sisters’ Main Street and St. Joseph campuses, overseeing Perioperative Services, Central Sterile Processing, Facilities & Engineering, and Environmental Services. He will also provide oversight for Security and Parking; Pharmacy; Food and Nutrition; Transport; and Respiratory Care Services at both campuses

“John is strategic and driven when it comes to finding solutions and problem solving – he goes above and beyond to get the job done,” said Marty Boryszak, president and CEO of Sisters of Charity Hospital. “His approachable management style, energy and experience will be a great asset to Sisters Hospital.”

Sperrazza and his family reside in Tonawanda. He graduated (Cum Laude) from The State University of New York at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Science degree, Nuclear Medicine Technology and earned a master’s degree in Business Administration from Medaille College.

Sperrazza currently serves as the Board Chair for Altus Management CRS Nuclear Services and on the Board of Directors for Mercy Flight of Western New York.