DETROIT — The Detroit Medical Center has named Reginald J. Eadie, M.D., to serve as president of DMC Harper University Hospital and DMC Hutzel Women’s Hospital. Eadie, a board certified emergency medicine physician and succeeds Lynn Torossian, who was named president and CEO of Henry Ford West Bloomfield Hospital.
“Dr. Eadie is a staple to the DMC leadership team and he is without a doubt the best person to take on the legacy of the Harper-Hutzel hospitals,” said DMC CEO Joe Mullany. “Dr. Eadie is Detroit’s doctor — he was born here, raised here, educated here, and embodies this community we serve. These two hospitals are at the heart of DMC’s history of excellence, quality and innovation, which Dr. Eadie will surely be able to help continue and expand in the future. ”
Eadie joined the DMC in April 2008 as vice president of Medical Affairs at DMC Harper University Hospital and DMC Hutzel Women’s Hospital. In July 2010, he was appointed as president of Detroit Receiving Hospital, and was named president of DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital in January 2012.
Prior to joining DMC, Eadie served as emergency department chief and associate chief of staff of integrated clinical services at the John D. Dingell VA Medical Center in Detroit. Eadie is a graduate of Wayne State University School of Medicine and completed his emergency medicine residency at WSU/Detroit Receiving Hospital in 1998. He is a diplomat of the American board of emergency medicine and a member of the American College of Health Care Executives.