Positions Rank at Hamilton Health Sciences

Total result: 28

SALARY NAME Position
$108,423.00 paid in 2018 Sarah Gracie Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,599.40 paid in 2018 Janie Lappan Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,572.96 paid in 2018 Mena Billeci Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,225.73 paid in 2018 Denise Mclaughlin Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,119.40 paid in 2018 Lisa Ironside Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,119.40 paid in 2018 Michael Michenko Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,119.40 paid in 2018 Terry Lazar Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,119.40 paid in 2018 Nancy Poole Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,119.40 paid in 2018 Anna Oliverio Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$105,119.40 paid in 2018 Michelle Barnard Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,835.19 paid in 2018 Kelly-Lynn Nancekivell Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,717.25 paid in 2018 Marzena Cran Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,378.09 paid in 2018 Janny Proba Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,360.48 paid in 2018 Michele Ganzevoort Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,339.40 paid in 2018 Caroline Fellows Smith Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,339.40 paid in 2018 Katherine Kennedy-Brown Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,339.40 paid in 2018 Marianne Kampf Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,339.40 paid in 2018 Jennifer Pettit Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,339.40 paid in 2018 Brenda Bousfield Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
$104,339.40 paid in 2018 Pamela Benoit Nurse Clinician, Educator
Hamilton Health Sciences
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