Children's Hospital of Philadelphia main competitors are Baystate Health, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Boston Medical Center.

Competitor Summary. See how Children's Hospital of Philadelphia compares to its main competitors:

  • UPMC has the most employees (92,000).
  • Employees at Baystate Health earn more than most of the competitors, with an average yearly salary of $79,669.
  • The oldest company is Massachusetts General Hospital, founded in 1811.
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Children's Hospital of Philadelphia salaries vs Competitors

Among Children's Hospital of Philadelphia competitors, employees at Baystate Health earn the most with an average yearly salary of $79,669.

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CompanyAverage SalaryHourly SalarySalary Score
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Boston Children's Hospital
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health
Nationwide Children's Hospital
Cleveland Clinic

Compare Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Job Title Salaries VS Competitors

CompanyHighest SalaryHourly Salary
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Aurora Health Care
Baystate Health
Henry Ford Health System
Duke University Health System
Boston Medical Center
Massachusetts General Hospital
Johns Hopkins Medicine
Nationwide Children's Hospital
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Boston Children's Hospital
Intermountain Healthcare
Orlando Health
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Mount Sinai Health System
Children's National Medical Center
Cleveland Clinic
Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health
St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

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Children's Hospital of Philadelphia demographics vs competitors

Compare Gender At Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Vs Competitors

Job TitleMaleFemale
Aurora Health Care22%78%
Baystate Health28%72%
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta29%71%
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia32%68%
Boston Medical Center32%68%
Mount Sinai Health System33%67%

Compare Race At Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Vs Competitors

CompanyWhiteHispanic or LatinoBlack or African AmericanAsianUnknownDiversity Score

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia And Similar Companies CEOs

James Skogsbergh (Jim)
Aurora Health Care

Jim is President and CEO of Advocate Aurora Health. Previously, he served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Advocate Health Care, the largest health system in Illinois and one of the largest in the Midwest, since 2002. Named as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare for six consecutive years beginning in 2011, Jim has been featured in local and national news publications as a leading voice on health care transformation and innovation; national health reform efforts; quality, cost and high reliability initiatives; patient safety; and health care providers’ commitment to serving their communities. Under his leadership, Advocate Health Care has been recognized as a national leader for its clinical successes, technological innovation, workplace culture and safety excellence. He is a former member and past chair of the American Hospital Association (AHA) Board of Directors, the national organization that represents America’s hospitals and health systems. He also is a former chair of the AHA Section for Health Care Systems Governing Council and a member of Regional Policy Board 5. Jim is a member of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s World Business Chicago Board of Directors and is a past chair of Chicago United as well as the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) CEOs Against Cancer and the World Presidents Organization.

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.

For 32 years, Donna W. Hyland has helped shape the delivery of healthcare to children in Georgia and beyond. First as Chief Financial Officer, then Chief Operating Officer and now as President and Chief Executive Officer, Hyland has overseen monumental growth and achievement at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. She was instrumental during the merger of Egleston Children’s Health Care System and Scottish Rite Children’s Medical Center, as well as the addition of Hughes Spalding and Marcus Autism Center, which led to the formation of what is now one of the largest pediatric healthcare systems in the country. Today, Children’s is consistently ranked as a top pediatric hospital by U.S. News & World Report and one of Fortune magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For.” Hyland’s dedication to pediatric healthcare has resulted in recognition as one of Atlanta and Georgia’s most influential leaders. Her dedication to the community extends outside of Children’s, where she serves on the boards of: Atlanta Committee for Progress, Inc.; Cousins Properties Incorporated; Georgia Health Information Network; Genuine Parts Company; Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce Executive Committee; SunTrust Bank Georgia; and Stone Mountain Industrial Park, Inc. Hyland was appointed by First Lady Sandra Deal to serve on the Georgia Children’s Cabinet.

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.

A. Marc Harrison
Intermountain Healthcare

A. Marc Harrison is a President & Chief Executive Officer at Intermountain Healthcare. He works or has worked at Intermountain Healthcare. A. attended DARTMOUTH COLLEGE.

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.

David Strong
Orlando Health

Timothy Gregg Ferris
Massachusetts General Hospital

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

Paul B. Rothman
Johns Hopkins Medicine