Henry Ford Hospital and Health Network provides healthcare services mainly to autoworkers. It operates care hospital, education and research complex. The company was founded in 1915 and is based in Detroit, Michigan.
2799 West Grand Boulevard
Detroit, MI 48202
Founded in 1915
Henry Ford Hospital and Health Network Appoints Ann Marie Creed as Vice President of Surgical Services
Jan 8 13
Henry Ford Health System Inc. has named Ann Marie Creed, MSA, CMPE, as vice president of surgical services at Henry Ford Hospital and Health Network. In the position, Creed will manage the operations of surgical services at the hospital and Henry Ford's outpatient surgical centers. From 2011-2012, Creed held the position as associate vice president for adult clinical services at Vanguard Health System for Harper University Hospital, Hutzel Women's Hospital and the Detroit Medical Center.
Henry Ford Hospital and Health Network Launches New Center for Cancer Surgery
Sep 26 12
Henry Ford Hospital and Health Network opened the new Center for Cancer Surgery. Currently Henry Ford is the provider of adult cancer services in Michigan, with more than 14,000 patients treated and 3,000 discharges each year. Cancer patients seek treatment from every state and from every continent. Pioneering minimally invasive and incisionless cancer surgery, Henry Ford also leads nationally in neurosurgery for brain tumors and robotic surgery for prostate, kidney, gynecological, thoracic, and head and neck cancers, with: -- 7,000 prostate cancer surgeries and 8,000 overall robotics procedures performed since 2000, making Henry Ford No. 1 in the world; more than 700 brain tumor patients treated each year; the No. 1 kidney cancer program in the world and more than 100 transoral robotic surgery cases for head and neck cancers since 2010, among the most performed in the country. The Center also includes the state's first Intraoperative Magnetic Resonance Imaging (iMRI) scanner. The iMRI makes it possible to safely and effectively navigate the brain to remove the maximum amount of tumor tissue, improving patient outcomes. It also is being used for some head and neck cancer cases. Beyond surgical treatment, the Center specializes in rapid access and customized support for patients, alleviating much of the stress and uncertainty of a cancer diagnosis, through: Same-day appointment with a team of cancer experts, to give the patient a complete picture of his or her treatment plan and to alleviate multiple appointments on multiple days. Patient advocates, including a personal care coordinator and nurse navigator, who meet with the patient on the first day. The personal care coordinator schedules all of the patient's appointments, while the nurse navigator helps to guide the patient through the entire treatment process. Patient concierge services to make hospital visits as worry-free as possible for out-of-town patients and their families. Patient concierge offers transportation information and assistance with parking, escorts to appointment, daily visits during a hospital stay, and assistance with guest housing and recommendations for hotel accommodations. A 24/7 call line (888-777-4167) that connects patients to specialty cancer nurses who can provide assistance and answer a range of questions related to cancer. The Center for Cancer Surgery specializes in complex procedures that cover the entire range of cancer specialties: breast, head and neck, gastroenterology, gynecology, liver, neurosurgery, orthopedics, pancreas, thoracic and urology.
Henry Ford Hospital and Health Network Names William W. O'Neill as Director of New Structural Heart Disease Program
May 14 12
William W. O'Neill, M.D., has been appointed medical director of the new Center for Structural Heart Disease at Henry Ford Hospital and Health Network. He will begin his new position on July 31. Dr. O'Neill is an internationally recognized leader in interventional cardiology and research in new techniques to diagnose and treat heart disease. He pioneered the use of angioplasty for treatment of heart attacks, which is now the mainstay therapy throughout the world. He has been working on new catheter-based treatments of structural heart disease, and performed the first aortic valve replacement through a catheter in the U.S. in 2005.