Washington Regional Medical Center Freezes Pay

Posted: January 27, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Pay will freeze or decrease this year for more than 2,000 Washington Regional Medical Center executives and employees, reflecting what the center’s chief executive said are troubled times for all hospitals.

By the Numbers

Washington Regional Medical Center

Employees: About 2,100

Earnings Decrease from 2012 to 2013: $5 million

Expected Earnings Decrease in 2014: $2 million

Spending Cuts For Next Five Years: $25 million

Executive Pay Cut: 1 percent to 3 percent

Executive Pay Cut in Dollars (total): $95,000

Source: Staff Report

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