'07 hospital CEO compensation

By STEVEN STYCOS  |  February 20, 2009

 

Health-care's big moneyman in New England: Lifespan CEO George Vecchione's compensation is tops in the region. By Steven Stycos.

NETWORKS WITH NET REVENUE OVER $1 BILLION
George Vecchione, CEO, Lifespan (Providence) > $2,956,152
David Barrett, CEO, Lahey Clinic (Burlington), $2,622,593
James Mongan, CEO, Partners (Boston) > $2,018,877
Marna Borgstom, CEO, The Yale New Haven Health System (New Haven) > $1,798.621
John Meehan, CEO, Hartford HealthCare Corporation (Hartford) > $1,220,795
John Chessare, Interim President, Caritas Christi (Brighton) > $859,775
John Szum, Chief Financial Officer CareGroup (Boston) > $548,995

NETWORKS WITH NET REVENUE UNDER $1 BILLION
John Hynes, CEO, Care New England (Providence) > $1.397,626
Mark Tolosky, CEO, Baystate Health (Springfield) > $1,557, 623
Ronald Goodspeed, President, Southcoast Hospitals (New Bedford) > $805,790

NETWORK HOSPITAL WITH NET REVENUE OVER $200 MILLION
Joseph Amaral, CEO, The Rhode Island Hospital > $833,253
Constance Howes, CEO, Women & Infants Hospital > $927,002
Kathleen Hittner, CEO, The Miriam Hospital > $722,206
Mark Crevier, CEO, Kent Memorial Hospital > $627,746

NETWORK HOSPITAL WITH NET REVENUE UNDER $200 MILLION
Patricia Recupero, CEO, Butler Hospital > $717, 827
Arthur Sampson, CEO, Newport Health Care Corporation > $473,289
Daniel Wall, CEO, Bradley Hospital > $438,242

FREESTANDING HOSPITAL WITH NET REVENUE UNDER $200 MILLION
Francis Dietz , CEO Memorial Hospital > $720,839
Gary Gaube, CEO, Landmark Medical Center > $706,245
John Keimig, CEO, St. Joseph Health System of RI > $449,228
Richard Charest, President, Rehabilitation Hospital of RI > $473,354
Kenneth Belcher, CEO, Roger Williams Medical Center > $407,645
Charles Kinney, CEO, Westerly Hospital > $291,397
Louis Giancola, CEO, South County Hospital Healthcare > $281,440

Totals are a combination of compensation, benefits and expenses. These figures are different from those calculated by Modern Healthcare because the magazine uses only compensation (salary and bonuses) and excludes benefits and expenses.

Source: 2007 federal income tax returns.

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