Positions Rank at Hamilton Health Sciences

Total result: 927

SALARY NAME Position
$136,152.54 paid in 2018 Jennifer Wilson Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
Hamilton Health Sciences
$135,381.54 paid in 2018 Ari Collerman Chief of Interprofessional Practice
Hamilton Health Sciences
$135,375.82 paid in 2018 John Fedoryshyn Perfusionist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$135,177.31 paid in 2018 Paul Hunter Perfusionist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$135,163.50 paid in 2018 Gillian Kafka Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$135,002.72 paid in 2018 Michael Kampen Chief of Interprofessional Practice
Hamilton Health Sciences
$134,661.60 paid in 2018 Georgia Georgiou Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$134,444.12 paid in 2018 Vikki Metler Clinical Manager
Hamilton Health Sciences
$134,162.50 paid in 2018 Dale Anderson Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$133,818.71 paid in 2018 Kathy Smolewska Psychologist
Hamilton Health Sciences
$133,710.30 paid in 2018 Anthony Scandinavo Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$133,455.32 paid in 2018 Andrea Glasbergen Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$133,333.28 paid in 2018 John Eikelboom Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$132,932.38 paid in 2018 Elaine Principi Chief of Interprofessional Practice
Hamilton Health Sciences
$132,151.42 paid in 2018 Catherine Hillsley Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$132,093.37 paid in 2018 Krystin Szymkiewicz Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
$132,084.36 paid in 2018 Charissa Cordon Chief of Interprofessional Practice
Hamilton Health Sciences
$131,516.44 paid in 2018 Melissa Beth Morris Chief of Interprofessional Practice
Hamilton Health Sciences
$130,976.00 paid in 2018 Karen Schattauer Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$130,607.50 paid in 2018 Andrew Renner Director
Hamilton Health Sciences
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