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The Heart Institute For Children average salary is $205,000, median salary is $205,000 with a salary range from $205,000 to $205,000.
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205,000
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205,000
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205,000
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Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgeon 205,000-205,000 Oak Lawn, IL, 60453 2010 The Heart Institute For Children Pediatric Cardiothoracic Surgeon Salaries (2)
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  • The Heart Institute for Children
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Oak Lawn, IL
  • THIC was founded in 1987 by a group of Pediatric Cardiologists from the University of Chicago, NorthWestern University (Children's Memorial Hospital) and Loyola University. These physicians, all of whom had professional appointments at their respective institutions, felt that they could provide optimal care for their pediatric patients in a differently structured environment. They located THIC at Christ Hospital Medical Center in Oak Lawn, IL, under the condition that a dedicated pediatric hospital would be built in the near future. This hospital was completed in 1998. The name, Hope Children Hospital, was selected by a group of parents whose children had