St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton Positions - Sunshine List 2020

Total result: 454

SALARY NAME Position
$113,917.26 paid in 2019 Vida Stankus Pharmacotherapy Specialist
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$113,912.36 paid in 2019 Andrea Claxton Registered Nurse
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$113,816.20 paid in 2019 Sarah Pirani Nurse Practitioner
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$113,696.57 paid in 2019 Margaret Maclennan Project Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$113,254.14 paid in 2019 Arlyn Chow Registered Nurse
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$113,248.74 paid in 2019 Katherine Holshausen Psychologist
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$113,207.24 paid in 2019 Gary Payne Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$113,158.79 paid in 2019 Mark O'Connor Picture Archiving and Communication System Administrator
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$113,155.60 paid in 2019 Amanda Weatherston Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$112,829.39 paid in 2019 Michelle Halsey Operations Lead, St. Joseph's Health System
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$112,797.50 paid in 2019 Steven Celetti Pharmacotherapy Specialist
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$112,452.03 paid in 2019 Carl Haynes Senior Nephrology Technologist
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$112,430.27 paid in 2019 Rekha Pathak Registered Nurse
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$112,357.11 paid in 2019 Haleh Najadiijadkar Registered Nurse
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$112,318.75 paid in 2019 Maggie Yu Pharmacist
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$112,276.02 paid in 2019 Monica Speziale Registered Nurse
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$112,160.02 paid in 2019 Angelique Hamilton Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$112,074.85 paid in 2019 Patricia Lino Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$111,947.83 paid in 2019 Hamid Masih Registered Nurse
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$111,731.72 paid in 2019 Cynthia Dewild-Persinov Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
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