Positions Rank at Hamilton Health Sciences

Total result: 617

SALARY NAME Position
$102,397.75 paid in 2014 SANDRA MAKINS-FLETCHER Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,396.24 paid in 2014 JUDITH ST. JAMES Nurse Clinician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,395.47 paid in 2014 ENZA BROWNE Nurse Clinician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,393.03 paid in 2014 PAMELA BENOIT Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,393.03 paid in 2014 MICHELE SAUNDERS ROY Nurse Clinician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,374.63 paid in 2014 ANNIE KURIAN Pharmacist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,360.85 paid in 2014 ALICE POULOSE Pharmacist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,341.99 paid in 2014 KAREN BOYAJIAN Clinical Nurse Specialist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,322.43 paid in 2014 CATHARINE REIS Clinical Nurse Specialist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,321.43 paid in 2014 MARIAN VANDENBURG Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,298.59 paid in 2014 MARY MILLO Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,298.59 paid in 2014 ANNE KUSTRA Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,298.59 paid in 2014 PAMELA FOSTER Nurse Clinician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,241.18 paid in 2014 IAN KOHLER Coordinator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,240.89 paid in 2014 ROBERT HARRIS Manager
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,240.66 paid in 2014 CYNTHIA LAMBERT Specialist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,237.25 paid in 2014 BARBARA MILLER Research Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,234.75 paid in 2014 SHELLEY FAZZALARI Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,218.17 paid in 2014 FAYE BROWNE Registered Nurse First Assistant
Hamilton Health Sciences
$102,212.20 paid in 2014 DOREEN HENDERSON Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
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