Kateryna Martynenko


Kateryna Martynenko earned $38,521 in 2017 as a Staff Nurse for Lake County. Martynenko had worked for this employer since February 20, 2017.

Martynenko earned more than 30.12% of employees in Lake County.

Martynenko earned more than 33.06% of employees across all Cook or Collar Counties.

Employment history for Kateryna Martynenko

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Staff Nurse $38,521 Not reported 02-20-2017 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Other employees with the title Staff Nurse at Lake County in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Agatona Marasigan Staff Nurse $89,453 04-12-2004
Patricia A Fain Staff Nurse $89,212 03-15-1993
Faith Field Staff Nurse $82,179 01-12-1998
Ann K Nannini Staff Nurse $81,655 11-15-1994
Barbara D Frenn Staff Nurse $79,801 10-01-1992
Herminia Y Reyes Staff Nurse $79,305 01-13-2014
Raquel Alvarez Staff Nurse $66,626 07-13-2015
Mary Jane Heid Staff Nurse $65,223 05-23-2007
Oralia Stokes Staff Nurse $65,156 11-23-1998
Monica Sims Staff Nurse $64,652 09-02-1997
Debbie Brunder Staff Nurse $62,928 12-31-2001
Janet Bush Staff Nurse $62,209 01-24-2003
Wanda Martinez Staff Nurse $61,530 11-05-2012
Carina Martinez Staff Nurse $60,521 10-01-2007
Noemi Guzman Staff Nurse $56,212 05-16-2016
Laura Behrensmeier Staff Nurse $55,676 12-27-2016
Nisha Rathod Staff Nurse $55,092 01-05-2009
Modesta Garcia Staff Nurse $53,845 02-22-2016
Barbara A Behrendt Staff Nurse $48,499 12-22-2008
Valere Gera Staff Nurse $47,316 04-09-2012
Angela Guzman Staff Nurse $43,625 03-17-2008
Mary Jo Brown Staff Nurse $43,363 03-04-1994
Kriszel Ann Beltran Laguit Staff Nurse $42,191 10-31-2016
Rachel Martinez Staff Nurse $40,456 10-31-2016
Colleen Santos Staff Nurse $32,122 04-03-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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