Manu Malhotra, MD
Associate Chief Medical Officer
Henry Ford Hospital
Manu Malhotra, M.D. is the Chief Medical Officer – Associate for Henry Ford Hospital (HFH). He provides medical leadership for HFH, facilitating medical staff interactions to ensure effective and efficient delivery of care.
His career with HFH began as a medical resident in the Department of Emergency Medicine (DEM). After completing his residency, he joined the hospital’s DEM as an attending physician, a role he maintains today, eventually becoming the Medical Director for the department.
Dr. Malhotra is a champion for quality patient care and service excellence. He has led many patient safety initiatives and quality programs, including formation of the Urgent Airway Team and the Length of Stay Initiative. Dr. Malhotra is a member of several hospital and System committees, including the Henry Ford Health System Executive Leadership Team, the Henry Ford Medical Group Board of Governors and HFH Quality Committee, among others. He also has been the principal investigator on several research studies evaluating health care delivery and process improvement.
Dr. Malhotra graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Michigan and obtained his Medical Doctorate from the Medical College of Ohio, before beginning his residency in Emergency Medicine at HFH.
Outside of HFH, Dr. Malhotra is an Assistant Clinical professor at Wayne State University and a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. He also is a member of several local and national societies and serves on many state and local boards/committees.