9 Connecticut Hospital CEOs' Pay Tops $1M in FY 2011

In fiscal year 2011, nine presidents and CEOs of hospitals in Connecticut earned at least $1 million in total compensation, with Clarence Silvia, president and CEO of The Hospital of Central Connecticut in New Britain and Southington, earning the most at $2.76 million, according to a report from the Connecticut Office of Health Care Access (pdf).

The report, released last year and based on FY 2011 data, includes the most up-to-date executive compensation figures for 30 hospitals in the state. The average CEO compensation in 2011 across the 30 Connecticut hospitals studied was roughly $900,000.

Here are the nine CEOs who earned at least $1 million in 2011.

•    Clarence Silvia, The Hospital of Central Connecticut: $2.76 million
•    Marna Borgstrom, Yale-New Haven Hospital: $2.59 million
•    Brian Grissler, Stamford Hospital: $2.24 million
•    Elliot Joseph, Hartford Hospital: $1.74 million
(*CEO is now Jeff Flaks)
•    Frank Corvino, Greenwich Hospital: $1.71 million
•    Susan Davis, RN, Saint Vincent's Medical Center: $1.48 million
•    Chris Dadlez, Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center: $1.42 million
•    John Murphy, MD, Danbury Hospital: $1.08 million
•    Christopher O'Connor, Hospital of Saint Raphael: $1.04 million

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