Shanna Johnson, FACHE
President, Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital
Shanna Johnson, FACHE, is the President of Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital, joining Henry Ford Health in April 2022.
Shanna leads the 191- bed acute care medical campus in the Metro Detroit suburban area. In her role as President, Shanna works in collaboration with the health system and hospital executive leadership teams, and oversees the hospital’s strategic planning and operations. Her focus is on creating a high quality, safe environment while emphasizing patient, employee and physician engagement. The West Bloomfield campus redesign and growth of key clinical services are also major priorities.
Shanna is a seasoned executive leader with more than 15 years of experience within complex and matrixed organizations, including large integrated health systems, community and academic organizations. She has held many hospital leadership roles and brings experience with multiple service lines and hospital operations. Shanna most recently served as Chief Operating Officer at Ascension St. John and River District Hospital in Detroit. Previously she was at Trinity Health, where she served as the Senior Executive Director and successful launched Trinity’s Hospital at Home program, a national initiative. Prior to this role, she served as Vice President of Service Excellence and Imaging for Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, where she led growth initiatives around increasing outpatient imaging, and several operational and process improvement initiatives creating greater efficiencies and cost saving to the organization.
Shanna is a transformational leader who understands engaging all team members through innovation and collaboration. She earned both a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Health Services Administration degree from the University of Michigan. She holds numerous certifications and community leadership roles, most notably Shanna is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executive and serving on the ACHE Management Series Editorial Board. She is a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and a board member of the Ronald McDonald House of Detroit.