St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton Positions - Sunshine List 2020

Total result: 454

SALARY NAME Position
$121,159.50 paid in 2019 Susan Alliston Nurse Practitioner
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$121,146.39 paid in 2019 Matilda Nowakowski Psychologist
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$120,955.31 paid in 2019 Lisa Jeffs Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$120,868.26 paid in 2019 Alexandria Crowe Nurse Practitioner
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$120,759.73 paid in 2019 Jonathan Habib Registered Nurse
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$120,724.80 paid in 2019 Nancy Della Maestra Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$120,717.57 paid in 2019 Mary Reaume Registered Nurse
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$120,573.02 paid in 2019 Anne Siebert-Tait Nurse Practitioner
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$120,136.71 paid in 2019 Kelly Carter Registered Nurse
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$119,936.53 paid in 2019 Sandra Fazari Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$119,843.41 paid in 2019 Jessica Fry Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$119,664.71 paid in 2019 Jeffrey Bellenie Senior Nephrology Technologist
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$119,578.21 paid in 2019 Donna Kline Senior Advisor, St. Joseph's Health System
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$119,528.58 paid in 2019 Elena Ballantyne Psychologist
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$119,502.49 paid in 2019 Colleen Merrifield Psychologist
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$119,429.63 paid in 2019 Jacob Rushton Nurse Practitioner
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$119,428.30 paid in 2019 Melissa Bock Nurse Practitioner
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$119,409.22 paid in 2019 Jennifer Lee Pharmacotherapy Specialist
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$119,130.12 paid in 2019 Naga(Sumanth) Kalidoss Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$118,846.50 paid in 2019 Jennifer Stretton Nurse Practitioner
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
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The Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, makes Ontario's public sector more open and accountable to taxpayers. The act requires organizations that receive public funding from the Province of Ontario to make public, by March 31 each year, the names, positions, salaries and total taxable benefits of employees paid $100,000 or more in the previous calendar year.

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