About Us

About Us

Founded in 1915, Henry Ford Health System is one of the nation’s leading healthcare providers. Henry Ford Hospital, the flagship hospital, is an 802 bed, Level I trauma center in the heart of Detroit and is home to one of the largest intensive care units in the country. Our hospital system provides care for a diverse group of patients, including major trauma victims, indigent populations, professional sports team members, auto workers, and many others. Additionally, Henry Ford operates the busiest transplant service in Michigan, which includes heart, lung, liver, kidney, intestine, as well as multi-visceral transplants.

The Henry Ford Department of Radiology provides outstanding diagnostic services delivered by a full complement of subspecialty trained radiologists. Presently, we have a total of 90 radiologists employed in our department. Our department performs over 1,200,000 studies annually. In addition to our main campus location, residents have the opportunity of rotating at our sister hospitals and outpatient clinics to further diversify their experience through a broad range of practice settings.

Procedural and interventional radiology is also an important component of the Henry Ford Radiology experience. Our department performs diagnostic and therapeutic procedures across multiple divisions, including breast, body cross-sectional, neuro, musculoskeletal, and vascular radiology. Our high case volumes combined with high resident to fellow ratio ensures that our residents gain primary operator experience and a mastery of technical skills.

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