Severance for non-profit hospital CEO nears seven figures

Ken Graham, recently dismissed from El Camino Hospital in California by its board of directors, is entitled to nearly $1 million in severance, according to the Daily News. Graham's contract calls for a lump-sum payment of 18 months of pay, which totals $948,960. El Camino is a district hospital with a publicly elected board of directors. Graham will be leaving his post in June. Article

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