Ilan Rubinfeld, M.D., M.B.A., FACS, FACP, FCCM
Associate Chief Medical Officer
Henry Ford Hospital
Dr. Rubinfeld currently serves as Associate Chief Medical Officer at Henry Ford Hospital (HFH), an 877-bed tertiary care hospital, education and research center located in Detroit. Board-certified in general surgery, surgical critical care and clinical informatics, he practices clinically as an acute care surgeon and as an attending in the hospital’s Surgical Intensive Care Unit.
As the leader of several system-wide quality improvement projects at Henry Ford Health System (HFHS), Dr. Rubinfeld applies his expertise in analytics to help improve quality and patient safety. He serves as the inpatient co-lead and surgical lead for the Epic EMR implementation system-wide. Over the past two years, he has partnered with laboratory leadership to manage long term issues with laboratory utilization.
Additionally, Dr. Rubinfeld serves on numerous HFH and HFHS committees, including System Medication Management Committee, System Critical Care Committee, System Formulary Committee, Sentinel Event Review Committee, Surgical Intensive Care Multi-disciplinary Collaborative, Handheld PDA Task Force, Health Disparities Research Collaborative, Surgical Quality Forum, Clinical Steering Committee for the MetaVision Project, Institutional Ethics Committee, Tight Glycemic Control Committee, and the Surgical GMEC Committee.
He is also an associate professor of Surgery at Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit.
Dr. Rubinfeld completed three fellowships, including a patient safety fellowship at Health Education Research Trust, a trauma and critical care surgery fellowship at the University California at San Diego, and a trauma surgery research fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital. He completed his general surgery residency at Henry Ford Hospital.
A graduate of The University of Michigan Medical School Inteflex Program, Dr. Rubinfeld holds Medical Doctor and Bachelors of Science degrees. He also earned a Masters of Business Administration from The University of Michigan Ross School of Business.