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1. Yan King Yu Person

Position: Attending Physician Viii at Cook County Cermak Health Services
Salary: $261,983

Data year: 2018
2. Sunita B Williamson Person

Position: Attending Physician Viii at Cook County Cermak Health Services
Salary: $208,867

Data year: 2018
3. Fayez Mekhael Person

Position: Attending Physician Viii at Cook County Cermak Health Services
Salary: $194,517

Data year: 2018
4. Concetta Mennella Person

Position: Ch Dpt Of Cor Hlth Md Dir Cmk at Cook County Cermak Health Services
Salary: $185,762

Data year: 2018
5. Marghoob Khan Person

Position: Attending Physician Viii at Cook County Cermak Health Services
Salary: $171,466

Data year: 2018
6. Tushar Advani Person

Position: Att Phys-Correctional Psych at Cook County Cermak Health Services
Salary: $163,738

Data year: 2018
7. David Kelner Person

Position: Division Chief Of Corr Psych at Cook County Cermak Health Services
Salary: $159,213

Data year: 2018
8. Jenea McNeal Person

Position: Att Phys-Correctional Psych at Cook County Cermak Health Services
Salary: $158,767

Data year: 2018
9. Ralph Menezes Person

Position: Att Phys-Correctional Psych at Cook County Cermak Health Services
Salary: $154,314

Data year: 2018
10. Jonathan Howard Person

Position: Att Phys-Correctional Psych at Cook County Cermak Health Services
Salary: $154,051

Data year: 2018
11. Linda M. Follenweider Person

Position: Coo-Corrct'l Health Services at Cook County Cermak Health Services
Salary: $150,769

Data year: 2018
12. Michael Bednarz Person

Position: Att Phys-Correctional Psych at Cook County Cermak Health Services
Salary: $150,590

Data year: 2018

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