Advocate Health Care main competitors are Kadlec Regional Medical Center, Sutter Health, and Wentworth-Douglass Hospital.

Competitor Summary. See how Advocate Health Care compares to its main competitors:

  • UPMC has the most employees (92,000).
  • Employees at Kadlec Regional Medical Center earn more than most of the competitors, with an average yearly salary of $72,212.
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Advocate Health Care salaries vs Competitors

Among Advocate Health Care competitors, employees at Kadlec Regional Medical Center earn the most with an average yearly salary of $72,212.

Compare Advocate Health Care Salaries VS Competitors

CompanyAverage SalaryHourly SalarySalary Score
Advocate Health Care
Moses Taylor Hospital Rehab Department
Neighbors Emergency Center
Hannibal Regional
Emory Healthcare

Compare Advocate Health Care Job Title Salaries VS Competitors

CompanyHighest SalaryHourly Salary
Advocate Health Care
Sutter Health
Hannibal Regional
Benefis Health System
Neighbors Emergency Center
Johns Hopkins Medicine
Wentworth-Douglass Hospital
Scripps Health
Harris Health System
Harrison Steve MD
Winnebago Mental Health Institute
MU Health Care
Aurora Health Care
OHC - Oncology Hematology Care
Moses Taylor Hospital Rehab Department
Kadlec Regional Medical Center
Emory Healthcare
Banner Health
Shawnee Health Service

Advocate Health Care Jobs

Advocate Health Care demographics vs competitors

Compare Gender At Advocate Health Care Vs Competitors

Job TitleMaleFemale
Aurora Health Care22%78%
Emory Healthcare27%73%
Kadlec Regional Medical Center33%67%
Scripps Health35%65%
Sutter Health42%58%
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Compare Race At Advocate Health Care Vs Competitors

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Advocate Health Care And Similar Companies CEOs

James Skogsbergh (Jim)
Aurora Health Care

Jim is President and CEO of Advocate Aurora Health. Previously, he served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Advocate Health Care, the largest health system in Illinois and one of the largest in the Midwest, since 2002. Named as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare for six consecutive years beginning in 2011, Jim has been featured in local and national news publications as a leading voice on health care transformation and innovation; national health reform efforts; quality, cost and high reliability initiatives; patient safety; and health care providers’ commitment to serving their communities. Under his leadership, Advocate Health Care has been recognized as a national leader for its clinical successes, technological innovation, workplace culture and safety excellence. He is a former member and past chair of the American Hospital Association (AHA) Board of Directors, the national organization that represents America’s hospitals and health systems. He also is a former chair of the AHA Section for Health Care Systems Governing Council and a member of Regional Policy Board 5. Jim is a member of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s World Business Chicago Board of Directors and is a past chair of Chicago United as well as the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) CEOs Against Cancer and the World Presidents Organization.

Matthew J. Wain
Emory Healthcare

Follow Chris van Gorder
Scripps Health

As president and CEO of Scripps Health since 2000, Chris Van Gorder has been instrumental in positioning Scripps among the nation’s foremost health care institutions. Now he is leading the restructure of the $3.1 billion, integrated health system to best prepare for the changes of health care reform.

James Conforti
Sutter Health

Chief Operating Officer of Northern California-based Sutter Health, a not-for-profit health system caring for nearly 3 million patients-or one in every 100 Americans. Oversees operations across Sutter Health’s 24 hospitals and 5 medical foundations. Also deeply committed to working with the community to help solve some of our most challenging issues. I’m energized and grateful for the opportunity to help lead businesses, private philanthropists and elected officials in three counties to adopt a common housing-first framework with the goal of reaching functional zero for homelessness. I am on the Board of the CaIifornia Business Roundtable and the Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council. A strong, vibrant community with sufficient employment and advancement opportunities allows people to live more fulfilling, healthier lives.

Paul B. Rothman
Johns Hopkins Medicine

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Laura Robertson
Banner Health