Positions Rank at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton

Total result: 22

SALARY NAME Position
$116,657.27 paid in 2016 Heather Saunders Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,657.26 paid in 2016 Sherry Noseworthy Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,657.26 paid in 2016 Tammy Robinson Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,657.25 paid in 2016 Lily Waugh Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,657.25 paid in 2016 Karen Mcleod Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,657.24 paid in 2016 Anna Marie Smith Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,657.23 paid in 2016 Pamela Johnston Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,657.22 paid in 2016 Tara Coffin-Simpson Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,657.22 paid in 2016 Sharon Simons Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,657.21 paid in 2016 Maryanne Mancini Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,613.75 paid in 2016 Kimberley Felker Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$116,318.98 paid in 2016 Deanna Burnet Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$114,640.69 paid in 2016 Elizabeth Barrett Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$114,562.47 paid in 2016 Shelley Wright Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$112,817.71 paid in 2016 Brooke Cowell Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$110,797.32 paid in 2016 Terrance Mcgurk Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$107,871.57 paid in 2016 Elizabeth Ewinger Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$106,697.56 paid in 2016 Dawn Driscoll Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$105,875.83 paid in 2016 Nancy Della Maestra Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
$105,161.24 paid in 2016 Anthony Wright Nurse Manager
St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton
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