Renee A Alonso

Summary

Renee A Alonso earned $211,900 in 2017 as a Physician Spec Option B for Illinois Department Of Human Services.

Alonso earned more than 99.58% of employees in Illinois Department Of Human Services.

Other Physician Spec Option Bs at Illinois Department Of Human Services

Name Position Salary Start Date
Rita Pavate Physician Spec Option B $271,600 N/A
Quadrat Shareef Physician Spec Option B $249,100 N/A
Dong J Chung Physician Spec Option B $246,500 N/A
Malaya Tuazon Physician Spec Option B $244,000 N/A
Indira Vazzalwar Physician Spec Option B $226,600 N/A
Mathew George Physician Spec Option B $225,200 N/A
Maria Vazquez-Scott Physician Spec Option B $219,900 N/A
Hubert N Fernandes Physician Spec Option B $211,900 N/A
Seema Khan Physician Spec Option B $207,500 N/A
Anthony Nidea Physician Spec Option B $205,700 N/A
Kathleen M Treanor Physician Spec Option B $203,000 N/A
Michael J Eck Physician Spec Option B $201,000 N/A
Stanley M Sims Physician Spec Option B $201,000 N/A
Salil Vasanwala Physician Spec Option B $200,300 N/A
Douglas Chang Physician Spec Option B $199,900 N/A
Myounghee Koo Physician Spec Option B $198,500 N/A
Dipankar Banerjee Physician Spec Option B $196,500 N/A
Joel M Vercide Physician Spec Option B $187,700 N/A
Sameena Ziauddin Physician Spec Option B $187,000 N/A
Jolly Varghese Physician Spec Option B $186,800 N/A
Elisa M Scott Physician Spec Option B $184,600 N/A
Elizabeth Simon Physician Spec Option B $183,800 N/A
Steven T Lillpop Physician Spec Option B $165,400 N/A
Uday S Talwalkar Physician Spec Option B $153,600 N/A
Syed F Ali Physician Spec Option B $136,700 N/A
Badar M Zaheer Physician Spec Option B $122,800 N/A
Farrukh Jahan Physician Spec Option B $101,600 N/A
Maamoun A Junidi Physician Spec Option B $96,500 N/A
Olajumoke Adubifa Physician Spec Option B $92,200 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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