Hospital CEOs are California's highest-paid public employees

The three highest-paid public employees in California are district hospital CEOs, reports the Los Angeles Times. The chief executive officers of Palomar-Pomerado Health District in San Diego, Washington Township Hospital in the Bay Area and the Salinas Valley Memorial Health District on the Monterey Peninsula all earned compensation approaching or topping $1 million a year. By contrast, the average district hospital CEO in California earns about $245,000 a year. Article

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