On average, employees in Boston, MA at Brigham and Women's Hospital give their company a 3.5 rating out of 5.0 based on 19, whereas overall Average Rating of Brigham and Women's Hospital is 4.2 out of 5.0 based on 24 Brigham and Women's Hospital Review Ratings. The happiest Brigham and Women's Hospital employees in Boston, MA are Software Analysts submitting an average rating of 5.0 and Anonymous Employees with a rating of 4.4.
"I worked in BWH since 2020. This is a good place for new grad, the supervisers are good, the environment is nice and colleagues are nice too. We have lots of time to enjoy and to know each other."
"I’ve worked at Brigham for 2 years and I’ve got the chance to be involved in many amazing projects as I got the chance to expand my level of scientific knowledge and expertise in transplant immunology beside my experience in autoimmune diseases."
"It was nice working in there, the employees are very supporting."
"I worked as an intern at Brigham and Women's Hospital in the Bioinformatics team. The company provides an excellent learning environment and has flexibility in the technologies or tools in getting work done. Manager and other colleagues were very supportive and helpful"
"It was great, I strongly recommend this company to everyone, one of the highest-ranked companies in the world"
"It's a great place to work at. I have gained lot of experience by working in different project with different team members. It has a great ethical value and integrity. The work culture is amazing and very welcoming.The technology is up to date with even more advances in process. I am glad I could start my career with this company since it has laid a strong foundation in my career."
"For the past 8 years, I've been the lead analyst responsible for supporting my entire team. Designing, developing, and deploying a modern business environment supporting a microbiology laboratory database software. Creating a lean development process using a hybrid combination of both Cpanel and VM to create a flat virtual work environment. Starting as a technical writer I quickly noticed that there wasn't a structure in place and as a team nobody knew what the others were doing. Creating a prototype to demonstrate to upper management the basic concepts. Used Tortoise SVN to manage the code merging of each three development branches. The first is for our legacy desktop application built using Visual Basic. The second is for our modern .NET Web Application built using Visual Studio in VB.NET. And, the third was for our most modern web application that was built using Visual Studio and VB.NET also. Prior to me joining the team, we had not installed our web application in any hospitals in the US. After I joined, I successfully installed, tested, and trained 22 hospitals in TN and then was asked to take over our VT project installing, testing, and training 14 hospitals. Since then, my colleague and I have added an automation software to our tools and have successfully built the first automated outbreak detection network in the US as well as created the first national data management system in the state of Vermont supporting the global surveillance of infectious diseases. I look forward to discussing details with anyone that might have questions. Good luck searching for the right candidates. I know how challenging this can be."
"Great professional environment."
"Great organization to work for. Great job growth opportunity because of its large size."
"Great company, thoroughly enjoyed working there."
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