Saratoga National Bank and Trust Co. announced the promotion of Leslie D’Angelico to business development sales manager.
D’Angelico will be responsible for day-to-day management of the business development team with a focus on developing, growing and deepening new and existing relationships across the bank’s footprint and business lines. She will also continue to support the bank’s retail branch teams.
D’Angelico has more than 20 years of experience in banking, 12 of which have been spent with Saratoga National Bank and the Arrow Family of Companies. In that time, she has successfully held leadership and individual producer roles within Retail Banking.
She attended SUNY Adirondack and has completed several courses from the American Institute of Banking. She lives in Queensbury and is active in the community serving on two boards, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Southern Adirondacks and Queensbury Community Scholarship Association.
Saratoga Hospital has appointed Scarlet Clement-Buffoline as the vice president of operations for ambulatory and physician services.
Clement-Buffoline has more than two decades of administrative experience in positions of increasing responsibility at Capital Region hospitals.
Most recently, she served as the executive director of Saratoga Hospital Medical Group, the hospital’s multidisciplinary practice. In that role, she was responsible for development of a strategic plan for the Group, oversight of operations, and initiating processes to improve access to high-quality care in the region.
Clement-Buffoline will have oversight of the entire Saratoga Hospital Medical Group, as well as all outpatient services, including imaging, radiation oncology, regional therapy centers, and urgent care locations.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and health from SUNY Potsdam, and a master’s degree in counseling psychology from the University at Albany. A fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives, she is board certified in healthcare management. She is also a member of the Association of Healthcare Management – Western New York and the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare.