Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care Positions - Sunshine List 2020

Total result: 136

SALARY NAME Position
$102,583.47 paid in 2019 Annie Simon Nurse, Registered
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$102,494.16 paid in 2019 Irina Sorokina Nurse, Registered
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$102,377.05 paid in 2019 Annette Weekes-Holder Technologist, Research Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$102,007.92 paid in 2019 Raymond Fong Consultant, Decision Support
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$101,946.48 paid in 2019 Sung Sook (Anne Lee Nurse, Registered
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$101,820.14 paid in 2019 Regina Jokel Associate, Scientific/Pathologist, Speech Language
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$101,649.37 paid in 2019 Magdelina Derzagharian Nurse, Registered
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$101,581.09 paid in 2019 Tao (Tracy) Zhang Nurse, Registered
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$101,541.58 paid in 2019 Florita Carpizo Nurse, Registered
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$101,269.40 paid in 2019 Einat Danieli Manager, Project: Interprofessional Primary Care and Virtual Care Projects
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$101,267.14 paid in 2019 Feslene Revolte-Joseph Nurse, Registered
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$101,228.63 paid in 2019 Beverley Campbell Nurse, Registered
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$100,879.21 paid in 2019 Marjorie Cole Nurse, Registered
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$100,767.67 paid in 2019 Dorcas Olugbemiro Nurse, Registered
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$100,546.51 paid in 2019 Amy Davignon Leader, Advanced Practice
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
$100,199.86 paid in 2019 Siobhan Bout Manager, Project
Baycrest Centre For Geriatric Care
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