Positions Rank at Hamilton Health Sciences

Total result: 47

SALARY NAME Position
$345,682.49 paid in 2015 Boleslaw Lach Professor, Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$336,451.84 paid in 2015 Vina Alexopoulou Professor, Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$331,922.38 paid in 2015 John Fernandes Associate Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$314,303.64 paid in 2015 Miranda Schell Associate Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$314,134.28 paid in 2015 Jorge Arredondo Associate Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$311,674.63 paid in 2015 Catherine Ross Associate Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$310,488.15 paid in 2015 Vidhya Nair Associate Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$309,760.72 paid in 2015 John Provias Associate Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$308,563.64 paid in 2015 Hamidreza Faraji Assistant Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$308,535.04 paid in 2015 Elena Bulakhtina Assistant Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$308,153.19 paid in 2015 Leelamma Elavathil Associate Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$308,153.18 paid in 2015 Vasudhevan Chetty Associate Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$308,153.18 paid in 2015 Alice Lytwyn Associate Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$308,153.17 paid in 2015 Odette Boutross-Tadross Associate Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$308,153.15 paid in 2015 Jennifer Ramsay Associate Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$307,703.81 paid in 2015 Theodore Warkentin Professor, Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$307,500.04 paid in 2015 Stuart Connolly Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$307,304.67 paid in 2015 Catherine Hayward Professor, Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$306,737.23 paid in 2015 Shangguo Tang Associate Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
$306,713.14 paid in 2015 Murray Potter Associate Physician
Hamilton Health Sciences
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