Manu Malhotra, M.D.
Associate Chief Medical Officer
Henry Ford Hospital
Manu Malhotra, M.D., assumed the position of Associate Chief Medical Officer for Henry Ford Hospital (HFH) in April 2015.
He provides medical leadership for HFH facilitating medical staff interactions to assure effective and efficient delivery of care consistent with our mission and vision. Dr. Malhotra works with hospital-based medicine departments and committee chairpersons to assist with setting and achieving objectives for the continual improvement of quality care.
Dr. Malhotra graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He attended medical school and graduated from the Medical College of Ohio in Toledo, Ohio and completed his Emergency Medicine residency here at Henry Ford Hospital.
He joined Henry Ford Hospital’s Department of Emergency Medicine in 2004 as senior staff, became the Associate Medical Director for the Department of Emergency Medicine in 2007 and was appointed Medical Director in 2012. He is an adjunct physician instructor in the Emergency Medicine program at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and Assistant Clinical professor at Wayne State University. Dr. Malhotra is a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians.
Dr. Malhotra is a champion for quality patient care and service excellence. He has led many patient safety initiatives within the Emergency Department and throughout the hospital, including formation of the Urgent Airway Team. Participating on several Henry Ford Quality committees, he also is the principal investigator on several research studies evaluating health care delivery and process improvement. He has also lectured nationally on Negotiations in Healthcare.