Meghan Aldrich Named President of Sisters of Charity Hospital

Mar 5, 2024News & PR, Press Releases, Sisters of Charity Hospital

Buffalo, NY – Catholic Health is pleased to announce that Meghan Aldrich, DNP, MBA, has been named President of Sisters of Charity Hospital and St. Joseph Campus. A member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, she brings a wealth of clinical and administrative experience to the hospital and health system.

Aldrich’s healthcare career spans nearly 20 years, with clinical, management, administrative, and operations experience across several medical disciplines. Much of her career was spent at Rochester Regional Health, where she held a number of nursing leadership and administrative positions including Chief Administrative Officer and Chief Nursing Officer for Specialty Medicine and Surgery. As CNO, she was responsible for the expansion of key specialty services; the development and implementation of projects to improve access to Women’s Services, including a Pelvic Health Center; and the development of innovative telemedicine services; which led to favorable growth for the organization. Most recently, she served as Chief Operating Officer for Heritage Ministries, a senior services provider with locations in New York and Pennsylvania.

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Meghan Aldrich, DNP, MBA

“Meghan’s experience as a nurse executive and operational leader will be a tremendous asset to Sisters Hospital as we continue to accelerate our strategic initiatives across Catholic Health,” said Joyce Markiewicz, Catholic Health President & CEO. “Her leadership and clinical roles in Ambulatory Medicine, Surgery, Nursing, and Emergency Medicine, will help us continue to grow key services on Sisters’ Main St. and St. Joseph Campuses.”

With executive oversight of Sisters’ two campuses, Aldrich will work with the hospital’s management team, medical staff, and associates to advance the delivery of safe, high quality care across its inpatient, ambulatory, and primary care network. She will also partner with other Catholic Health leaders to meet system-wide strategic objectives, enhance associate recruitment and retention, and ensure the consistent and integrated delivery of services throughout the organization.

“As a nurse, clinical leader, and healthcare executive, Meghan understands all facets of healthcare, from a quality, patient safety, and patient experience perspective; to supporting the needs of associates and physicians; to providing administrative oversight in acute and ambulatory care settings,” said Marty Boryszak, Catholic Health Senior Vice President of Acute Care. “Her experience combined with her passion for innovative, high quality care, will complement both the Catholic Health and Sisters leadership teams.”

Aldrich will assume the role as Sisters Hospital President on April 15.