John Sardelis, Doctor of Public Health, Dr.P.H., MAAA, ASA

John Sardelis, Doctor of Public Health, Dr.P.H., MAAA, ASA

Associate Chair and Professor

Health Administration LI
Health Care Management M.B.A. LI
Health Care Management M.B.A. — Health Information Systems LI
Management M.S. — Health Care Management LI
Graduate Management Studies LI


Long Island

  • 631.687.1493
  • O'Connor Hall, Room N320A


Dr.P.H., Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health

M.S., Statistics and Operations Research (with distinction), New York University, Stern School of Business 

B.A. in Mathematics, Hunter College


Areas of Expertise: healthcare (public health, health care/insurance costs, Medicare, patient advocacy, pharmaceutical importation, managed care and health care technologies)

Associate chair of health administration at St. Joseph’s College, professor John Sardelis teaches courses on topics such as health care finance and reimbursement, managed care and health care information systems.

Prior to joining the St. Joseph’s College faculty, Dr. Sardelis was president of Jason Consulting for nine years, where he served as a management and technology consultant to insurance and healthcare clients.

Dr. Sardelis is an active member of numerous organizations. He is an associate of the Society of Actuaries, a member of the Academy of Actuaries, a fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine and the founder of St. Joseph’s College Health Care Advisory Council. Dr. Sardelis serves on several health-related boards, including IPRO, Affinity Health Plan and Partners Health.

He is also founder of the St. Joseph’s College Healthcare Center for Outreach Research and Education, a program created to assist Long Islanders in addressing health disparities by providing speakers on topical health issues and information on public programs.

Dr. Sardelis actively writes about health care issues on his blog, Patient Advocacy Network.

Scholarly & Professional Interests

Patient advocacy, data analytics and the use of information technology to lower costs, improve quality and expand access to health care.


"In God we trust; all others must bring data."
— W. Edwards Deming

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has."
— Margaret Mead