WNY Leads the Way

St. Joseph's Hospital, Buffalo, NY.

Lessons From the One of the First Hospital Systems with a Dedicated COVID-19 Facility

Martin "Marty" Boryszak

Marty Boryszak headshot.

Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Noon-1 p.m. EST

As one of the first hospital systems in the country to create a dedicated facility for COVID-19 patients, Catholic Health of WNY led the way in patient care this spring. UB School of Management alumnus Marty Boryszak, BS '00, Senior VP of Acute Services for Catholic Health, has, and is, leading the system's COVID-19 response efforts. Join us for this interactive webinar to learn more about his lessons learned in emergency & crisis management, what our hospital systems got right & what they could improve upon moving forward, as well as get answer to your many questions regarding healthcare in the age of COVID-19.

About Marty Boryszak
Marty Boryszak, BS '00, is the Senior Vice President of Acute Services for Catholic Health and currently serving as interim President of Sisters of Charity Hospital in Buffalo, New York. He was promoted to Sr. Vice President of Acute Services in August 2019. In March 2020, Martin helped lead the transformation of Sisters Hospital, St. Joseph Campus into a dedicated COVID-19 Treatment Facility, the first of its kind in New York State and one of the first in the country.   He is also leading Catholic Health’s COVID-19 system-wide response efforts. 

Marty joined Catholic Health in 2009, first as a Director of Finance for Sisters Hospital and then was named Vice President of Operations for Sisters Hospital, St. Joseph Campus, in 2012. He was promoted to Chief Operating Officer overseeing both campuses of Sisters Hospital in 2014. In 2017, Martin was named President & CEO of Sisters Hospital. 

Marty holds an MBA from St. Bonaventure University and a Bachelor’s Degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He recently completed certification in Managing Healthcare Delivery through the Harvard Business School.  Marty serves on Canisius High School Board of Trustees as well as the Sisters Hospital Foundation Board. He was named by Business First as one of Western NY’s “40 under 40” for 2016 for his professional success and community involvement.