Positions Rank at Sinai Health System

Total result: 301

SALARY NAME Position
$760,152.83 paid in 2015 Joseph Mapa President and Chief Executive Officer
Sinai Health System
$612,224.19 paid in 2015 Marian Walsh Associate Chief Executive Officer and Chief Integration Officer
Sinai Health System
$520,282.37 paid in 2015 Shoo Lee Neonatologist-in-Chief
Sinai Health System
$405,559.02 paid in 2015 Philip Plotnick Vice President, Business Development
Sinai Health System
$404,069.41 paid in 2015 Rita Kandel Pathologist-in-Chief
Sinai Health System
$385,003.56 paid in 2015 Joan Sproul Executive Vice President, Finance (Chief Financial Officer) and Chief Operations Officer
Sinai Health System
$380,600.91 paid in 2015 Tony Mazzulli Microbiologist-in-Chief
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$362,116.28 paid in 2015 Gary Newton Chief Medical Strategy Officer and Physician-in-Chief
Sinai Health System
$360,805.97 paid in 2015 Reva Adler Vice President, Medical and Academic Affairs
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$356,729.52 paid in 2015 Eleftherio Diamandis Laboratory Physician
Sinai Health System
$348,032.38 paid in 2015 Maureen Shandling Executive Vice President, Academic and Medical Affairs
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$339,794.57 paid in 2015 Brendan Mullen Laboratory Physician
Sinai Health System
$334,297.23 paid in 2015 David Howarth Laboratory Physician
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$331,759.82 paid in 2015 Terence Colgan Laboratory Physician
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$331,467.56 paid in 2015 Nabil Khouri Vice President, Facilities and Capital Development
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$317,911.10 paid in 2015 Richard Kirsch Laboratory Physician
Sinai Health System
$317,516.19 paid in 2015 Jane Merkley Executive Vice President, Patient Care, Quality and Chief Nurse Executive
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$317,275.38 paid in 2015 Robert Riddell Laboratory Physician
Sinai Health System
$314,298.23 paid in 2015 Chen Wang Laboratory Physician
Sinai Health System
$314,294.57 paid in 2015 Patrick Shannon Laboratory Physician
Sinai Health System
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