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Top 10 Highest Earners at California Non-Profit Health Systems

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CEOs at the largest non-profit hospitals and health systems in California raked in millions in 2010, as compensation packages ranged from $1.9 million to more than $7.7 million, according to a report from the Institute for Health & Socio-Economic Policy (pdf).

The IHSP, which is part of the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United, released the report in conjunction with the state's new focus on California non-profit hospitals and their charity care requirements.

Here are the 10 highest-compensated California non-profit hospital leaders. Note: All data is from 2010.

•    George Halvorson, CEO of Oakland-based Kaiser Permanente and Kaiser Foundation Hospitals: $7.74 million
•    Pat Fry, CEO of Sacramento-based Sutter Health: $4.79 million
•    Lloyd Dean, CEO of San Francisco-based Dignity Health: $4.76 million
•    Martin Brotman, MD, senior vide president of education, research and philanthropy at Sutter Health: $4.29 million
•    Thomas Priselac, CEO of Los Angeles-based Cedars-Sinai Health System: $3.92 million
•    J. Kendall Anderson, former CEO of Walnut Creek-based John Muir Health: $2.39 million
•    Sara Krevans, COO of Sutter Health: $2.09 million
•    Ed Berdick, senior vice president for shared services at Sutter Health: $2.02 million
•    Martha Marsh, former CEO of Palo Alto-based Stanford Hospital & Clinics: $1.92 million
•    Chris Van Gorder, CEO of San Diego-based Scripps Health: $1.91 million

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