Henry Ford Health

Henry Ford Health
TypeNon-profit
IndustryHealthcare
Founded1915
FounderHenry Ford
Headquarters,
U.S.
Area served
Metro Detroit, Southeast Michigan
Key people
Robert G. Riney, CEO
RevenueIncrease $6.8 billion USD (2021)
Decrease $234 million USD (2022)
Number of employees
33,000+ (2023)
~6,000 physicians and researches (2023)
Websitehttp://www.henryford.com/

Henry Ford Health (formerly the Henry Ford Health System) is an integrated, not-for-profit health care organization in Metro Detroit. The corporate office is at One Ford Place, in Midtown Detroit, Michigan. Henry Ford established the health system in 1915, and it is currently run by a 15-member board of directors. Henry Ford Health also owns the health insurance company Health Alliance Plan.

On March 22, 2022, Henry Ford Health announced that they would be changing their name from "Henry Ford Health System", dropping the word "system" from their name in order to put greater emphasis on the word "health" in their name.

On October 18, 2023, Henry Ford Health announced plans that it had signed an agreement to create a joint venture with Ascension Michigan making the joint operations the largest healthcare provider in Metro Detroit.

Emergency rooms

The former Henry Ford Health logo before the company dropped the word "system" from its name
The headquarters of Henry Ford Health in June 2008

Henry Ford Health directly operates ten emergency departments. All of the hospitals (except for Kingwood) operate an emergency room along with Henry Ford Health medical centers in Dearborn (Fairlane), Grosse Pointe Farms (Grosse Pointe), Plymouth, and Sterling Heights. As well as, a Henry Ford Health Center in Brownstown Charter Township (Brownstown).

Medical centers

Henry Ford Health operates 46 medical centers along with 250+ locations throughout Michigan including five acute care hospitals, two destination facilities for complex cancer and orthopedics and sports medicine care, three behavioral health facilities, primary care and urgent care centers.

Hospitals

The Henry Ford Health provides acute, specialty, primary and preventive care services backed by research and education.

Henry Ford's regional hospital and services include the below hospitals:

Hospital Location Bed count Emergency Department Founded Notes Website
Henry Ford Hospital Detroit 877 Level I trauma center 1915 [1]
Henry Ford Allegiance Health Jackson 475 Level II trauma center 1918 Joined the health system in 2016, Formerly known as Allegiance Health and Foote Hospital [2]
Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital Wyandotte 401 Level III trauma

center

1926 [3]
Henry Ford Macomb Hospital Clinton Township 361 Level II trauma center 1899 Acquired in 2007, formerly known as St. Joseph's Mercy [4]
Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital West Bloomfield 191 Level III trauma center 2009 [5]
Henry Ford Kingswood Hospital Ferndale 100 No 1965 Psychiatric hospital [6]
Naruvi Hospital Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India 475 Yes 2020 Henry Ford Health entered a technology licensing agreement with Naruvi Hospitals in 2016 [7]

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