Yale-New Haven Hospital President and CEO Marna Borgstrom SPH ’79 passed the $2 million mark in total compensation for fiscal year 2008, according to data released by the Service Employees International Union on Wednesday. According to the data, Borgstrom made a $1.53-million salary and over $480,000 in fringe benefits. The IRS reported in February that the average salary for top management officials at hospitals with over $500 million in yearly revenue is $877,200 and the average bonus compensation is about $214,000, totaling a value about half of Borgstrom’s 2008 compensation. Julia McNamara, chair of the independent Yale-New Haven Health System, said in a statement that Borgstrom’s salary is paid half by the hospital and half by her system, and thus the hospital salary is about $750,000. Hospital spokesman Vin Petrini said he is unsure of how fringe benefits have been paid out by the two parties, adding that senior executives have elected to have their salaries frozen this year.