Mark A. Kelley, M.D.,
is executive vice president for Henry Ford Health System and chief executive
officer of the Henry Ford Medical Group.
In his role, he is responsible for leadership of the 900-member Henry
Ford Medical Group, one of the nation's largest group practices. The medical
group trains more than 700 students and residents each year and conducts
more than $55 million in biomedical research.
Dr. Kelley serves as a member of the Senior Leadership Team for Henry
Ford Health System and participates in the development of the strategic
direction for the organization. In addition, he helps facilitate relationships
between Henry Ford Health System and the more than 1,800 private practice
physicians throughout metro Detroit who provide care at Henry Ford facilities.
A graduate of Harvard College, he received his bachelor's and medical
degrees from Harvard Medical School and completed his residency in internal
medicine and a fellowship in pulmonary diseases at the University of Pennsylvania.
Before joining Henry Ford, Dr. Kelley was professor of medicine at the
University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine where he served in a variety
of leadership roles. He was vice chairman of the department of Medicine,
and chief of medicine and associate chief of staff at the Philadelphia
Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He also served as vice dean for clinical
affairs at Penn and was responsible for the physician and hospital network
development and for the coordination of clinical practice integration
across the University of Pennsylvania Health System.
Among his other professional activities, Dr. Kelley has served as chairman
of the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) Critical Care Test Committee,
chairman of the ABIM Board of Directors and chairman of the ABIM Foundation.
He was a director of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education
and the American Board of Medical Specialties.
He has chaired COMPACCS, the national manpower study on pulmonary and
critical care and FOCCUS, a committee commissioned by the professional
societies in critical care to address challenges in critical care delivery.
Currently, Dr. Kelley serves on the Council on Graduate Medical Education
(COGME), which advises Congress on issues related to the national physician
workforce. He is also Vice Chair of the Group Practice Advisory Committee
of the American Medical Association.
A practicing pulmonary physician listed in "Best Doctors in America",
Dr. Kelley is a fellow of both the American College of Physicians and
the American College of Chest Physicians. He maintains active teaching
roles at the Wayne State School of Medicine, the Ross School of Business
at the University of Michigan, and the Leonard Davis Institute of Health
Care Economics of the University of Pennsylvania.