Positions Rank at Trillium Health Partners

Total result: 407

SALARY NAME Position
$683,171.23 paid in 2014 MICHELLE DIEMANUELE President and Chief Executive Officer
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$579,142.62 paid in 2014 DANTE MORRA Chief of Staff
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$329,849.73 paid in 2014 ADAM NINOS Pathologist
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$329,183.14 paid in 2014 ROSAMMA GEORGE Pathologist
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$327,122.34 paid in 2014 MONA KAMEL Pathologist
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$326,651.15 paid in 2014 NORMAN HILL Deputy Chief of Staff
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$323,435.19 paid in 2014 MARK SOARES Pathologist
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$322,940.12 paid in 2014 ZBIGNIEW MANOWSKI Pathologist
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$321,546.07 paid in 2014 CLAIRE COIRE Pathologist
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$305,219.36 paid in 2014 KATHRYN HAYWARD-MURRAY Senior Vice President
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$291,073.50 paid in 2014 ALICIA SARABIA Microbiologist
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$286,419.22 paid in 2014 PATTI COCHRANE Senior Vice President
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$285,993.06 paid in 2014 CRAIG MCFADYEN Vice President
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$278,688.36 paid in 2014 RON NOBLE Vice President
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$275,244.59 paid in 2014 STEPHEN HALL Vice President
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$266,151.04 paid in 2014 DEAN MARTIN Senior Vice President
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$257,716.56 paid in 2014 TARA MCCARVILLE Vice President
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$257,240.71 paid in 2014 KRISTA FINLAY Vice President
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$244,226.95 paid in 2014 SUSAN BISAILLON Associate Vice President
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$215,910.81 paid in 2014 MORAG MCLEAN Vice President
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