Jeanette Clough

President, Mount Auburn Hospital

As President of Mount Auburn Hospital, Jeanette Clough leads the 220-bed, Harvard-affiliated teaching hospital that serves the metropolitan Boston-Cambridge area. Mount Auburn Hospital provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services and is recognized as a tertiary hub for intensive care services. She reports to Kevin Tabb, MD, President and CEO of Beth Israel Lahey Health, until an Executive Vice President of Hospital and Ambulatory Services is hired.

Jeanette has led Mount Auburn Hospital since 1998. During her tenure, she has partnered with physicians, employees and the community to open new programs and expand clinical services that have earned prestigious recognition. Prior to joining Mount Auburn Hospital, Jeanette served as Chief Executive Officer of Deaconess Waltham Hospital and Vice President of Patient Care Services at Waltham Weston Hospital & Medical Center. Jeanette began her career as a staff nurse and clinical nurse specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital and is the first nurse to lead a Harvard-affiliated teaching hospital. She currently chairs the American Hospital Association’s Health Forum Board of Directors and participates in numerous other boards and committees including at the Harvard Risk Management Foundation.

Jeanette earned an undergraduate degree in nursing from Boston University, a graduate degree in science from Boston College, and a graduate degree in health administration from Suffolk University. She was also awarded an honorary degree in business administration from Suffolk University.

She resides in Boston.