Henry Ford Health System Adds New Leadership


DETROIT — Three administrators have been appointed to leadership roles as part of Henry Ford Health System’s new delivery system re-design.

Cheryl Martin has been named as system vice president for radiology services; Edward Szandzik, as system vice president for pharmacy; and John Waugh, system vice president for pathology and laboratory medicine. They will provide leadership for overall business operations, human resources, finance, supply chain, and information technology, and build a system-wide vision and strategy for quality, customer services and operating results. 

Martin, of Canton, began at Henry Ford nearly 40 years ago as a radiology technologist and over the years has worked her way to lead one of the largest and most progressive departments at Henry Ford Hospital and Health Network. She earned her Bachelor of Science in health sciences from Mercy College of Detroit (now and her Master of Arts in health management from Central Michigan University.

Szandzik, of Grosse Pointe Woods, has served as director of pharmacy services for Henry Ford Hospital and Health Network for nearly 15 years and held many prior positions in the pharmacy. He has a Bachelor of Science in pharmacy and a MBA from Wayne State University.

Waugh, of Bloomfield Hills, has been with the hospital for nearly 30 years and is responsible for the core laboratory at Henry Ford Hospital and labs in our four regional hospitals, 28 ambulatory centers, and a growing laboratory outreach business. He has a Bachelor of Science from Michigan State University and a Master of Science from Wayne State University.