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|Rank||Name, title, company||Total annual compensation/Salary (2)|
|1||Peter E. Chalke, president/CEO, Central Maine Healthcare Corp.(3)||$1,835,983/$1,819,657|
|2||Michael A. Johnson, retinal surgeon, Eastern Maine Medical Center||$1,575,968/$1,539,690|
|3||William L. Caron Jr., president/CEO, MaineHealth||$1,269,373/$1,193,562|
(1) Given the various timing of organizations' fiscal years, 2013 figures are the most recent available for comparison. In addition, some executives may no longer be in the same
position or with the organization.
(2) Salary includes base, bonus, incentive and other reportable compensation.
(3) Although Central Maine Medical Center and Central Maine Healthcare Corp. are related, they have separate employee identification numbers and file individual tax returns.
SOURCE : Guidestar, a 501(c)3 that collects and presents 990 forms for IRS-registered nonprofits./Compiled by Roger Magnus.