12 Statistics on Rural Hospital CEO Compensation

Depending on geography, size of facility and percentiles, a rural hospital CEO made between $120,000 and $392,000 in 2012.

In partnership with the National Rural Health Association, Yaffe & Co., a healthcare compensation consulting firm, released data for its most recent rural hospital executive compensation survey this past April.

Here are 12 statistics on rural hospital CEO compensation, based on Yaffe & Co.'s 2012 Executive Compensation Survey for CAH/Rural Hospitals. Note: The survey received responses from 197 rural hospital and critical access hospitals. Sixty-eight percent of responding hospitals had between 25 beds and 100 beds, and median full-time equivalents at responding hospitals ranged from 110 to 495.

Hospital with less than $20 million of net patient revenue
25th percentile: $120,000
50th percentile: $135,594
75th percentile: $160,500

Hospital with $20 million to $50 million of net patient revenue
25th percentile: $164,925
50th percentile: $188,698
75th percentile: $225,000

Hospital with $50 million to $100 million of net patient revenue
25th percentile: $249,750
50th percentile: $267,500
75th percentile: $309,644

Hospital with more than $100 million of net patient revenue
25th percentile: $316,865
50th percentile: $358,500
75th percentile: $392,668

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