Financial Snapshot: PeaceHealth Ends Fiscal Year 2016 With Fiscal Deficit
The nonprofit paid over $12 million in compensation to 18 executives in 2015, but only four of those leaders remain on staff
Pacific Northwest healthcare giant PeaceHealth ended its 2016 fiscal year with a $115.6 million deficit, but things were looking up in the first quarter of 2017, when assets climbed by $40.05 million, according to an in-depth Lund Report examination of the Vancouver, Washington-based nonprofit’s financial situation.
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