• Presentation by Jeanette Clough, MHA '96

President and CEO, Mount Auburn Hospital

Date: November 3, 2010
Time: 6:00pm
Location: The Omni Parker House 
                Rooftop Ballroom

RSVP to Elizabeth Conley at econley@suffolk.edu

 As President and CEO of Mount Auburn Hospital, a teaching hospital affiliated with Harvard Medical School, she oversees a $350-million annual budget and guides 2,800 staff and 850 physicians. Jeanette transformed Mount Auburn from a fiscally ailing institution into a healthy one while improving patient safety and quality of care – and, employee satisfaction. In 2009, Boston Business Journal named it a “best place to work” for the fourth consecutive year.

As a trustee of the American Hospital Association, Jeanette is now helping to shape historic reform of our nation’s healthcare system. As chair of the Massachusetts Hospital Association in 2004-2005, she contributed to the state’s healthcare reform initiatives. She is also the recipient of many awards, the subject of media profiles and a Harvard case study, and in demand as a public speaker.

Jeanette credits her success in part to Suffolk, where she earned a Dean’s Award for Highest Academic Distinction and an MHA in 1996. The opportunity to step back in mid-career, take a big-picture look at the industry, and explore some subjects in depth was invaluable, she thinks. She finds that “Suffolk’s blend of public administration, health administration, and business courses exactly reflects the conditions under which I now practice.”


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