Trillium Health Partners Positions - Sunshine List 2017

Total result: 495

SALARY NAME Position
$660,449.70 paid in 2016 Michelle Diemanuele President and Chief Executive Officer
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$576,929.70 paid in 2016 Dante Morra Chief Of Staff
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$334,450.14 paid in 2016 Kathryn Haywardmurray Senior Vice President
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$323,390.02 paid in 2016 Dean Martin Senior Vice President
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$300,001.73 paid in 2016 Alison Freeland Vice President
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$299,001.40 paid in 2016 Robert Reid Chief Scientist
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$296,093.98 paid in 2016 Adam Ninos Pathologist
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$294,286.74 paid in 2016 Rosamma George Pathologist
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$293,489.29 paid in 2016 Patti Cochrane Senior Vice President
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$291,792.17 paid in 2016 Mark Soares Pathologist
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$291,465.99 paid in 2016 Craig Mcfadyen Vice President
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$291,088.39 paid in 2016 Claire Coire Pathologist
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$290,330.25 paid in 2016 Stephen Hall Senior Vice President
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$289,955.91 paid in 2016 Mona Kamel Pathologist
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$288,941.98 paid in 2016 Karli Farrow Senior Vice President
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$284,764.10 paid in 2016 Marilyn Knox President
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$270,583.27 paid in 2016 Krista Finlay Vice President
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$235,000.47 paid in 2016 Amir Ginzburg Vice President
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$228,539.05 paid in 2016 Leslie Starrhemburrow Vice President
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$224,715.93 paid in 2016 Debra Carson Vice President
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