EYE-WATERING PAY OF BIG SIX BOSSES BEHIND BRITAIN’S SECURE HOSPITAL UNITS
... reportedly taken home by Joey Jacobs, left, boss of US healthcare giant Acadia, which in 2016 bought Priory Group, with ten UK hospitals holding people with autism and learning disabilities. Priory made £62.2 million last year.
... said to have been made in a single year by Alan Miller, left, boss of US giant Universal Health Services. Its UK operations are run by Cygnet Healthcare, whose best-paid director earned £508,000, a healthy £162,000 rise on the previous year.
...given over two years to the highestpaid director at Huntercombe. The chief executive is Valerie Michie, above. Huntercombe is owned by a Guernsey hedge fund and provides 91 beds for people with autism and learning disabilities.
... paid over two years to Gil Baldwin, left, former chief executive at St Andrew’s Healthcare, a specialist psychiatric provider accused of holding teenagers in seclusion and feeding them through hatches. It handed six-figure salaries to 73 employees.
…pay and dividends collected last year by two families from groups owning firms running a secure unit in Norfolk, and headed by chief executive Tugay Akman, above. The father of one man with autism there claims his son often sleeps 15 hours a day due to over-sedation.
... collected by the highest-paid director at sector newcomers Elysium Healthcare last year. The chief executive is Joy Chamberlain, above. Elysium is backed by BC Partners, a private equity group, through low-tax Luxembourg, and operates in 55 UK locations.