Michael Bednarz

Summary

Michael Bednarz earned $260,035 in 2017 as an Att Phys-Correctional Psych for Cook County Cermak Health Services. Bednarz had worked in this position since May 02, 2016.

Bednarz earned more than 97.85% of employees in Cook County Cermak Health Services.

Other Att Phys-Correctional Psychs at Cook County Cermak Health Services

Name Position Salary Start Date
Tushar Advani Att Phys-Correctional Psych $283,944 07-28-2014
Ralph Menezes Att Phys-Correctional Psych $268,794 08-30-2010
Jenea Mcneal Att Phys-Correctional Psych $267,273 10-25-2010
Steve Paschos Att Phys-Correctional Psych $265,562 12-03-2012
Yaser Haq Att Phys-Correctional Psych $260,482 09-06-2016
Jonathan Howard Att Phys-Correctional Psych $255,748 08-30-2010
Andrea Ward Att Phys-Correctional Psych $253,777 08-30-2010
Joyce R Miller Att Phys-Correctional Psych $251,791 04-27-2009
Usha K Kartan Att Phys-Correctional Psych $228,132 08-30-2010
Bharathi Marri Att Phys-Correctional Psych $220,702 08-30-2010
Alma Ramic Att Phys-Correctional Psych $149,326 05-23-2011
Elizabeth W Canelas Att Phys-Correctional Psych $127,436 06-26-2017
Samuel Libeu Att Phys-Correctional Psych $107,742 07-10-2017
Sharad Garbharran Att Phys-Correctional Psych $78,430 09-05-2017
Joseph Mason Att Phys-Correctional Psych $58,505 10-02-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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