Salman Khan

Summary

Salman Khan earned $202,169 in 2017 as an Attending Physician Senior 6 for Cook County Ambulatory/Community Hlth Ntwk. Khan had worked in this position since March 24, 2014.

Khan earned more than 95.35% of employees in Cook County Ambulatory/Community Hlth Ntwk.

Other Attending Physician Senior 6s at Cook County Ambulatory/Community Hlth Ntwk

Name Position Salary Start Date
Alisa T Seo-Lee Attending Physician Senior 6 $227,913 09-28-2009
Jorge Saad Attending Physician Senior 6 $216,723 07-16-2012
Swati Bhobe Attending Physician Senior 6 $214,777 09-25-1996
Norbert Debiase Attending Physician Senior 6 $210,547 07-15-2013
Lorena Monterubianesi Attending Physician Senior 6 $208,696 10-13-2009
Simon Piller Attending Physician Senior 6 $208,271 07-01-1995
Chantal Sylvie M Tinfang Attending Physician Senior 6 $207,471 09-28-2009
Awais Azmat Attending Physician Senior 6 $207,071 12-17-2012
Kimberly Walton-Verner Attending Physician Senior 6 $207,071 08-31-1998
Deepak Leekha Attending Physician Senior 6 $207,071 07-01-2001
Reshma Mohiuddin Attending Physician Senior 6 $207,071 11-05-2012
Grazyna J Siwy Attending Physician Senior 6 $207,071 11-28-2005
Aseel A Hanna Attending Physician Senior 6 $207,071 10-26-2009
Jacqueline H Marshall Attending Physician Senior 6 $207,071 05-10-1999
Manisha J Ogale Attending Physician Senior 6 $206,739 10-22-2012
Abha Sharma Attending Physician Senior 6 $202,492 06-17-2013
Araceli Andablo Attending Physician Senior 6 $202,492 06-17-2013
Stephen Cambalik Attending Physician Senior 6 $199,292 10-06-2014
Lawrence N Ngu Attending Physician Senior 6 $195,859 01-05-2009
Jalpabahen Patel Attending Physician Senior 6 $194,689 04-21-2014
Shivani Kamdar Attending Physician Senior 6 $147,314 09-12-2011

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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