St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton Positions - Sunshine List 2019

Total result: 376

SALARY NAME Position
$119,205.46 paid in 2018 Barbara L'Ami Nurse Practitioner
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$118,903.48 paid in 2018 Teresa Difrancesco Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$118,768.39 paid in 2018 Helen Harris Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$118,757.11 paid in 2018 Susan Alliston Nurse Practitioner
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$118,667.69 paid in 2018 Teresa Walchuk Registered Nurse
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$118,571.49 paid in 2018 Kimberly Davis Nurse Practitioner
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$118,303.43 paid in 2018 Melodie Jansen Primary Care Nurse
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$118,299.49 paid in 2018 David Grant Psychologist
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$118,226.12 paid in 2018 Carlos Charles Nephrology Technologist
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$118,072.58 paid in 2018 Elizabeth Ewinger Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$117,995.35 paid in 2018 Ravi Sivakumaran Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$117,524.00 paid in 2018 Susan Zidaric Seymour Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$117,456.21 paid in 2018 Debbie Bang Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$117,253.07 paid in 2018 Mary Reaume Registered Nurse
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$117,237.54 paid in 2018 Betsy John Nurse Practitioner
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,937.90 paid in 2018 Jez Martyn Registered Nurse
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,889.67 paid in 2018 Michelle Halsey Operations Lead, St. Joseph's Health System
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,853.63 paid in 2018 Margaret Maclennan Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,818.91 paid in 2018 Greg Russello Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,645.37 paid in 2018 Teri-Lynn Steeves Laboratory Supervisor
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
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