Positions Rank at Hamilton Health Sciences

Total result: 81

SALARY NAME Position
$138,164.06 paid in 2015 Sharon Roshko Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$129,738.78 paid in 2015 Shannon Barker Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$126,360.68 paid in 2015 Joyce Alexander Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$119,045.63 paid in 2015 Connie Izzo Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$117,456.39 paid in 2015 Anne Stapleton Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$115,420.91 paid in 2015 Barb Nikischin Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$113,771.26 paid in 2015 Lori Jang Raposo Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$112,943.99 paid in 2015 John Gordon Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$112,767.52 paid in 2015 Sharon Pierre Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$112,557.00 paid in 2015 Lorraine Longley Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$111,297.26 paid in 2015 Nicole Wylie Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$111,252.71 paid in 2015 Elizabeth Matthews Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$109,879.78 paid in 2015 Susan Skrtich Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$109,629.98 paid in 2015 Anita Marcinko Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$109,510.72 paid in 2015 Carol Barner Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$108,699.66 paid in 2015 Doris Goon Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$108,296.13 paid in 2015 Christine Misner Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$108,194.43 paid in 2015 Catherine Weise Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$107,790.82 paid in 2015 Ana Schappert Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
$107,381.53 paid in 2015 Gerda Devos Registered Nurse
Hamilton Health Sciences
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