EYE-WA­TER­ING PAY OF BIG SIX BOSSES BE­HIND BRI­TAIN’S SE­CURE HOS­PI­TAL UNITS

The Mail on Sunday - - NEWS -

... 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.

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