Here we go again. The Admiral de Ruyter hospital in Holland is in financial turmoil. Turns out the CEO (Pieter Vierhout) makes €367.000 a year. His colleague Vos makes €384.000. This is almost twice than what the Dutch Prime Minster makes. Do these gentlemen realize that their institution's financial disposition is certainly also caused by their salaries? If they care is another matter of course. Most people have a mortgage in those figures, and spend 20-30 years paying it off. No wonder that healthcare is getting more expensive every year.