Positions Rank at Hamilton Health Sciences

Total result: 927

SALARY NAME Position
$185,797.64 paid in 2018 Tom Farrell Senior Medical Physicist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$185,194.93 paid in 2018 Joseph Hayward Senior Medical Physicist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$185,194.93 paid in 2018 Orest Ostapiak Senior Medical Physicist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$185,194.93 paid in 2018 Thomas Chow Senior Medical Physicist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$180,790.05 paid in 2018 Kimberley Alvarado Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$180,590.80 paid in 2018 Anne Snider Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$180,363.19 paid in 2018 Ranjini Tolakanahalli Manager
Hamilton Health Sciences
$177,571.97 paid in 2018 Jennifer Kodis Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$176,453.15 paid in 2018 Kelly Falzon Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$175,062.36 paid in 2018 Donna Laforce Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$174,038.07 paid in 2018 Kevin-Ross Diamond Senior Medical Physicist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$173,907.60 paid in 2018 Janette Panhuis Executive Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$173,575.30 paid in 2018 Waliul Khan Professor, Scientist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$173,575.30 paid in 2018 John Waye Professor, Scientist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$172,446.33 paid in 2018 Leslie Gillies Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$171,589.95 paid in 2018 Debbie Bedini Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$170,794.00 paid in 2018 Carol Rand Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$167,586.10 paid in 2018 Troy Farncombe Medical Imaging Physicist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$167,527.65 paid in 2018 Maria Isabel Hayward Executive Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$166,897.19 paid in 2018 Peter Kavsak Professor, Scientist
Hamilton Health Sciences
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