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Massachusetts General Hospital average salary is $135,000, median salary is $135,000 with a salary range from $135,000 to $135,000.
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Pediatrician 135,000-135,000 Clay City, KY, 40312 2011 Massachusetts General Hospital Pediatrician Salaries (2)
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  • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Industry: Hospitals/Clinics
  • City: Boston, MA
  • To provide the highest quality care to individuals and to the community, to advance care through excellence in biomedical research, and to educate future academic and practice leaders of the health care professions.