Positions Rank at Hamilton Health Sciences

Total result: 116

SALARY NAME Position
$107,083.80 paid in 2016 Anita Marcinko Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$106,862.79 paid in 2016 Iuliana Chiru Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$106,717.13 paid in 2016 Wendy Gaus Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$106,334.74 paid in 2016 Kathryn Sutton Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$106,185.45 paid in 2016 Faye Browne Registered Nurse First Assistant
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,972.75 paid in 2016 John Gordon Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,933.43 paid in 2016 Lori Mackenzie Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,106.55 paid in 2016 James Oh Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,049.55 paid in 2016 Tanja Milikic Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,034.29 paid in 2016 Yurina Uno Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,004.44 paid in 2016 Deborah Benoit Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,889.17 paid in 2016 Elizabeth Taylor Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,796.34 paid in 2016 Diane Shelley Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,671.35 paid in 2016 Christine Fawcett Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,578.03 paid in 2016 Leticia Cortez-Fasser Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,512.61 paid in 2016 Sharon Murphy Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,388.03 paid in 2016 Dani Veinneau Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,270.32 paid in 2016 Linda Blair Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$103,768.73 paid in 2016 Patricia Kneisel Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$103,629.28 paid in 2016 Tracy Henderson Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
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