Northwestern Memorial CEO Dean Harrison Made $9.7M in 2010

Chicago-based Northwestern Memorial HealthCare CEO Dean Harrison made approximately $9.7 million in total compensation in 2010, the highest of any Chicago hospital CEO, according to a Crain's Chicago Business report.

Mr. Harrison's 2010 compensation figure, which is nearly three times as much the $3.4 million he earned in 2009, includes a one-time retirement payment, according to the report.

The other three highest-paid hospital CEOs in Chicago in 2010 include the following:

•    James Madara, MD, and Ken Sharigian, University of Chicago Medical Center:  $7.9 million
Note: This includes severance for Dr. Madara, who resigned in Oct. 2009. Mr. Sharigian served as the interim in 2010.
•    James Skogsbergh, Advocate Health Care Network:  $4.9 million
•    Mark Neaman, NorthShore University HealthSystem:  $2.1 million

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