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Brigham and Women's Hospital main competitors are Children's Hospital Colorado, Children's Hospital Los Angeles, and Massachusetts General Hospital.

Competitor Summary. See how Brigham and Women's Hospital compares to its main competitors:

  • Mount Sinai Health System has the most employees (38,000).
  • Employees at Children's Hospital Colorado earn more than most of the competitors, with an average yearly salary of $63,050.
  • The oldest company is Newton-Wellesley Hospital, founded in 1881.
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Among Brigham and Women's Hospital competitors, employees at Children's Hospital Colorado earn the most with an average yearly salary of $63,050.

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CompanyAverage SalaryHourly SalarySalary Score
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Massachusetts General Hospital
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Boston Medical Center
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Tufts Medical Center

Compare Brigham and Women's Hospital Job Title Salaries VS Competitors

CompanyHighest SalaryHourly Salary
Brigham and Women's Hospital
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Tufts Medical Center
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Boston Medical Center
Massachusetts Eye and Ear
Massachusetts General Hospital
Children's Hospital Los Angeles
Howard University Hospital | Radiology
Moffitt Cancer Center
Mount Sinai Health System
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Hospital for Special Surgery
Boston Children's Hospital
Cleveland Clinic
Children's Hospital Colorado
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Newton-Wellesley Hospital
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

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Brigham and Women's Hospital demographics vs competitors

Compare Gender At Brigham and Women's Hospital Vs Competitors

Job TitleMaleFemale
Brigham and Women's Hospital29%71%
Massachusetts Eye and Ear32%68%
Boston Medical Center32%68%
Children's Hospital Los Angeles32%68%
Mount Sinai Health System33%67%
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center37%63%

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Brigham and Women's Hospital And Similar Companies CEOs


Kate Walsh is president and CEO of the Boston Medical Center (BMC) health system, with annual operating revenue of $4 billion. BMC is a private, not-for-profit, 514-bed, academic medical center with a community-based focus. The primary teaching affiliate of Boston University School of Medicine, Boston Medical Center has approximately 5,700 employees and 760 physicians. The BMC health system also includes the BMC HealthNet Plan, a Medicaid Managed Care Organization with more than 450,000 members and Boston HealthNet, a network affiliation of 14 community health centers throughout Boston. Prior to her appointment at Boston Medical Center, Ms. Walsh served as executive vice president and chief operating officer of Brigham and Women's Hospital. She served previously as the chief operating officer for Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research and at Massachusetts General Hospital in positions including senior vice president of medical services and the MGH Cancer Center. Prior to her tenure at Mass General, she held positions in a number of New York City hospitals including Montefiore, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Saint Luke’s – Roosevelt Hospital Center and the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation. Ms. Walsh received her bachelor’s of arts degree and a master’s degree in public health from Yale University. She is a member of the Boards of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, the Boston Public Health Commission, the Massachusetts Hospital Association, the AAMC Council of Teaching Hospitals, Pine Street Inn, Dean’s Council of the Yale University School of Medicine, and the Greater Boston YMCA Board of Overseers.

Jena Hausmann is a President/CEO/COO at CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL COLORADO. She has worked as Administrative Fellow at Fairview Health System, Inc. and VP:Strategic Planning at CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL COLORADO. Jena attended Colorado College and University of Minnesota Duluth.

Paul S. Viviano is a President and Chief Executive Officer at CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL LOS ANGELES and is based in Los Angeles Y Alrededores Estados Unidos. He has worked as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer at ALLIANCE HEALTHCARE SERVICES, INC; President/Chief Executive Officer at Community Hospital of Long Beach; and President and Chief Executive Officer at USC University Hospital. Paul studied at University of California, Los Angeles and UC SANTA BARBARA.

Steve Davis, MD, MMM, is chief operating officer at Cincinnati Children’s. His clinical background in pediatric clinical care medicine, as well as the hospital’s mission to be the leader in improving child health, informs his work. In support of that mission, Dr. Davis and his team lead the ongoing effort to maximize operational performance at Cincinnati Children’s.

Kenneth L. Davis is president and chief executive officer of the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City, an American author and medical researcher who developed the Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale, the most widely used tool to test the efficacy of treatments for Alzheimer's Disease designed specifically to evaluate the severity of cognitive and noncognitive behavioral dysfunctions characteristic to persons with Alzheimer's disease.

Tim Robinson is the chief executive officer of Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Mr. Robinson first joined Nationwide Children’s in 1995, and his innovative approach to navigating complex economic, regulatory and business challenges has helped the hospital transform from an important regional children’s health care system into a preeminent academic medical center. Nationwide Children’s now appears annually on the U.S. News & World Report list of top children’s hospitals, and it is one of the National Institutes of Health’s top funded freestanding pediatric research facilities.

Timothy Gregg Ferris
Massachusetts General Hospital

Timothy Gregg Ferris is a CEO at Mass General Hospital and is based in Massachusetts.

Jeffrey R. Balser (born in 1962) is the president and CEO of Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) and dean of the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine (VUSM). Balser is a 1990 graduate of the Vanderbilt M.D./Ph.D. program in pharmacology and subsequently completed residency training in anesthesiology and fellowship training in critical care medicine at Johns Hopkins. He continued to work at Johns Hopkins as a cardiac anesthesiologist and ICU physician before returning to Vanderbilt University and joining VUMC in 1998. Balser was appointed dean of the VUSM in 2008 and, the following year, was appointed the vice chancellor for health affairs at Vanderbilt, in charge of the medical center. He became president and CEO of VUMC in 2016 when the medical center became a financially distinct non-profit organization.