St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton Positions - Sunshine List 2017

Total result: 34

SALARY NAME Position
$198,000.40 paid in 2016 David Langstaff Executive Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$196,868.51 paid in 2016 Rick Badzioch Executive Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$170,472.74 paid in 2016 Marilyn Dakers-Hayward Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$169,872.74 paid in 2016 Anne Marie Macdonald Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$165,888.90 paid in 2016 Jane Loncke Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$165,252.79 paid in 2016 Jacqueline Barrett Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$162,834.76 paid in 2016 Duane Boychuk Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$161,247.68 paid in 2016 Carolyn Gosse Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$158,612.47 paid in 2016 Jodi Younger Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$158,612.32 paid in 2016 Maria Puntillo Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$158,055.03 paid in 2016 Julie Holmes Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$156,393.02 paid in 2016 Peter Bieling Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$150,049.89 paid in 2016 Carmine Nieuwstraten Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$137,140.63 paid in 2016 Margaret M. Maskell Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$134,851.60 paid in 2016 Marlene Hall Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$134,851.33 paid in 2016 John Woods Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$133,901.04 paid in 2016 Cyrus Tehrani Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$133,533.39 paid in 2016 Victoria Madsen Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$133,302.17 paid in 2016 Lyne Aubry-Yates Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$132,654.55 paid in 2016 Joanna Ellis Director
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
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