Mass General Brigham

Mass General Brigham is a Boston-based non-profit hospital and physicians network that includes Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), two of the nation's most prestigious teaching institutions.[5][6][7] It was founded in 1994 with H. Richard Nesson, MD, former president of Brigham and Women's Hospital as CEO of Mass General Brigham and Samuel O. Thier, MD, formerly president of Massachusetts General Hospital as president.[7][8] According to The Boston Globe, by 2008, Mass General Brigham became Massachusetts' "largest private employer and its biggest healthcare provider, treating more than a third of hospital patients in the Boston metropolitan area".[9]

Mass General Brigham
Brigham Health and Brigham and Women's/Mass General Health Care Centers
Formation1994
TypeNon-profit organization
HeadquartersPrudential Tower
Boston, Massachusetts
Coordinates42.347414°N 71.081904°W / 42.347414; -71.081904
ServicesHealthcare
President & CEO
Anne Klibanski, MD
Margaret S. Norton
AffiliationsHarvard University
Revenue (2017 (Ending September 30))
$13.4 billion
Staff (2019)
~75,000
Websitemassgeneralbrigham.org
Formerly called
Partners HealthCare (1994–2020)
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