HKPR District Health Unit Public Salary Disclosure

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In accordance with the Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, the Haliburton, Kawartha Pine Ridge District Health Unit is
required to publish the name, position, salary and total taxable benefits of employees paid $100,000 or more in the previous calendar year.

Salary can include regular wages, overtime, and retroactive payments from prior years.

For 2020, the following employees of the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit met these criteria:
Name Position Salary Taxable Benefits

Francine Fernandes Health Information Systems Specialist $101,423.97 303.51

Lynne Franke Manager, Organizational Initiatives $107,889.88 362.06

Anne-Maire Holt Director, Health Protection $154,679.45 362.06

Fiona Kelly Director, Foundational Standards $133,200.67 362.06

Bernard Mayer Manager, Health Protection $115,702.65 362.06

Lorna McCleary Manager, Health Promotion $106,292.60 362.06

Rachel Moon-Kelly Manager, Health Promotion $107,802.74 362.06

A. Lynn Noseworthy Medical Officer of Health $406,153.75 150.99

Richard Ovcharovich Manager, Health Protection $118,131.15 362.06

Susan Rivet Finance and Human Resources Administrator $123,398.87 156.91

Marianne Rock Manager, Health Protection $122,232.17 362.06

Dorothea Service Manager, Health Promotion $109,924.80 355.79

Denise Smith Manager, Health Protection $112,727.62 358.82

Pamela Stuckless Director, Health Promotion $142,409.72 362.06

Vidyarani Sunil Epidemiologist $103,908.07 317.13

Chandra Tremblay Manager, Corporate Services 148,808.91 362.06

Angela Vickery Director, Corporate Services 145,663.26 362.06

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