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26,000
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79,547
Median
55,816
High
250,000
Total 103 Cambridge Health Alliance Salaries. Sorted by Date, page 6
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Supervisor 41,184-41,184 Cambridge, MA, 02138 2010 Cambridge Health Alliance Supervisor Salaries (1)
Cambridge Health Alliance Cambridge, MA Salaries
Surgeons 250,000-250,000 Medford, MA, 02155 2010 Cambridge Health Alliance Surgeons Salaries (1)
Cambridge Health Alliance Medford, MA Salaries
translator 32,614-32,614 Cambridge, MA, 02138 2010 Cambridge Health Alliance translator Salaries (1)
Cambridge Health Alliance Cambridge, MA Salaries
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Cambridge Health Alliance Information
  • Cambridge Health Alliance
  • Industry: Healthcare Facilities
  • City: Cambridge, MA
  • Cambridge Health Alliance is an academic public health system that is helping people live better lives. Based in Cambridge, Somerville, and Boston¡¯s metro-north region, we provide patient care, education, and outreach in hospitals, health centers, schools, community centers, and through some very special programs, right in people¡¯s homes.As one of the ten largest health systems in Massachusetts, and as a public hospital system, we care for all those in need ¨C from university professors to the underserved. We do this with medical services, public health programs, and through Network Health. With this coordinated system, we are able to meet the