MIAMI (Reuters) – A Michigan physician who treated patients with cancer has received $150.5 million in pension payments, including a $25,000 pension for the first three years of his employment, the state’s secretary of labor said on Wednesday.

A spokesman for Michigan Governor Rick Snyder declined to release any additional information.

“Dr. Landon L. Wittenberg has received a total pension payment of $150 million,” Michael Lehner said in a statement.

The pension was announced on Monday and will be paid out starting in 2022.

It is not yet known how much Wittenbogen will receive in total, but his former employer said last month that the physician was “extremely well paid.”

Wittenbogens annual salary was $150 an hour.

He will receive $25 per hour in 2017 and $30 in 2018.

Wittenberg’s salary will increase by $1,500 per year.

He also will receive a bonus of $15,000 per year, according to his compensation.

The Michigan Department of Labor said in the statement that he received a pension in December 2016 and was paid a bonus in July of 2017.

The announcement came on the heels of another big payout from Wittenburger, the former president of the University of Michigan Health System.

Wovenberg, who has been a physician for nearly 40 years, will receive an annual salary of $200,000 for the next three years.

He said in January that he will receive about $90,000 a year in pension contributions.

He will receive another $50,000 each year from Medicare and Medicaid.

Wrote the statement: “While I am deeply grateful for the generous compensation I received as the president of Michigan’s University of MIHealth system, I am also incredibly grateful for my wife and family.

It was an honor and a privilege to serve the University community.

I have been very fortunate in life and in my work.”

The Michigan state government has yet to release the full amount of Wittenburgs pension payments.