Tom Piszczatoski joins Catholic Health Services as VP of Human Resources

Catholic Health Services

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Maria A. Miranda
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Tom Piszczatoski joins Catholic Health Services as VP of Human Resources

(Lauderdale Lakes, FL, July 18, 2018) Officials at Catholic Health Services welcome Mr. Thomas J. Piszczatoski, SPHR, as the new Vice President of Human Resources and Corporate Compliance Officer, effective July 2, 2018.

Tom comes to CHS with almost 30 years of innovative human resources experience, mostly in healthcare, including key leadership positions with Tenet and Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare systems.

He is a native of New Jersey and earned his BBA at William Patterson University in Wayne, NJ. Tom is a highly skilled strategic business executive who has helped lead several organizations through significant growth and expansion. Certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources, he is a Lean Practitioner and Associated Safety Professional, in addition to his affiliations with the American Society for Healthcare HR Administration and the Society of HR Management. During Tom’s career he has designed and implemented numerous programs that have resulted in significant cultural change, established processes for identifying high performance, increased effectiveness in organizational structure and process, improved retention and turnover while also improving employee engagement.

“In addition to his impressive background and expertise, Tom brings strong organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills to his new role.” said Joe Catania, president and Chief Executive Officer of CHS. “We are very pleased to have him join our team.”

Catholic Health Services, a ministry of the Archdiocese of Miami, is the largest integrated post-acute care health care system in the southeast, with four medical campuses housing skilled nursing facilities, acute medical rehabilitation hospitals, home health agencies, assisted living facilities and in-patient hospice units; seventeen government-subsidized housing properties for the independent low income elderly, Catholic cemeteries and five early education and child care. Catholic Health Services has a staff of 3,000, serves approximately 6,500 daily and provided $12 million in charitable or uncompensated care in fiscal 2017.