DETROIT: Popovich named CEO at Henry Ford Hospital
John Popovich Jr., MD, a nationally respected pulmonary disease and internal medicine specialist and an expert in healthcare policy, has been appointed president/CEO of Henry Ford Hospital. Popovich, 60, who started at Henry Ford Hospital in 1975 as a medical intern, will oversee the entire clinical and financial operations of the 802-bed hospital, the medical, educational, and research flagship of Henry Ford Health System. He will assume his new position July 15.
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