Hospitals Dominate 6-Figure Paychecks in Pennsylvania

Of the roughly 662 non-profit organizations in Pennsylvania that provide some type of health or human services, more than half reported individuals earning at least $100,000 per year, and acute-care hospitals were among the primary organizations with the highest-paid employees, according to a study from Pennsylvania's Legislative Budget and Finance Committee.

Philadelphia-based Thomas Jefferson University Hospital topped the list, reporting 443 individuals who received more than $100,000 in reportable compensation in 2010.

Thirty-nine people at various non-profit organizations in the state made at least $1 million in 2010, most of whom worked at hospitals. University of Pittsburgh Medical Center reported 20 millionaires alone. Other millionaire hospital CEOs included John Lynch III of Main Line Health in Bryn Mawr, Pa., with $1.38 million and Thomas Beeman, PhD, of Lancaster (Pa.) General Health with $1.35 million.

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