Ascension Genesys Hospital in Grand Blanc will soon be part of the Henry Ford Health System. A merger agreement between the two health systems was announced today.

The deal includes six other hospital facilities that are part of Ascension's Southeast Michigan network of hospitals.

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Under the new organizational plan, Henry Ford's workforce will grow to approximately 50,000 team members at more than 550 sites across the Southeast Michigan region.

It's expected that Ascension sites will be rebranded as Henry Ford Health. According to WXYZ-TV, the organization's headquarters will remain in Detroit.

Robert Riney is the President and CEO of Henry Ford Health. In a statement, Riney says Henry Ford Health looks forward to expanding its reach to more people throughout the region.

“Together we can expand healthcare services and deliver innovations in care – from prevention and early detection through the treatment of complex conditions – to more people and communities across our state, including those who are most vulnerable,” Riney said. “We share a deeply-rooted dedication to providing world-class healthcare that everyone deserves, regardless of geographic, demographic, or socioeconomic status.”

Riney is expected to remain in place as the leader of Henry Ford Health.

The Following Ascension Facilities Will Become Part of Henry Ford Health:

  • Ascension Genesys Hospital
  • Ascension Macomb-Oakland Hospital, Warren and Madison Heights Campuses
  • Ascension Providence Hospital, Novi and Southfield Campuses
  • Ascension Providence Rochester Hospital
  • Ascension River District Hospital
  • Ascension St. John Hospital
  • Ascension Brighton Center for Recovery

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