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Format: 04/20/2014
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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: West Penn bottom line takes hit

Thursday, May 20th, 2010

By Steve Twedt

The two highest-paid staff members at the West Penn Allegheny Health System in 2008 were both former employees.

Severance payments boosted former Allegheny General Hospital president and CEO Connie Cibrone's compensation to $1.534 million, including $987,918 in severance, according to tax documents released Monday. She resigned Dec. 31, 2008.

And James Rosenberg, the chief operating officer for WPAHS who left in May 2008, received $1.498 million, which included $410,376 in severance.

Current WPAHS president and CEO Christopher Olivia, who took the reins of the region's second-largest health system in late March of 2008, received $1.098 million in salary and benefits during the remainder of that year. His compensation included $784,547 in base compensation and $200,000 in bonuses and incentive compensation.

The health system would not disclose what prompted the bonus/incentive payment.

Dr. Olivia's predecessor, Jerry Fedele, received $856,712 in 2008, which included $580,295 in severance.

 

To read more, visit the Post-Gazette website.  
 

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