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DC Council Committee Passes Key Bill to Protect Hospital Patients with Safe RN Staffing

DC Council Committee Passes Key Bill to Protect Hospital Patients with Safe RN Staffing

Registered nurses who work in hospitals across the District of Columbia applauded a vote today by the District Council’s Committee on Business, Consumer, and Regulatory Affairs to approve safe hospital staffing legislation that would improve public safety and protect vulnerable hospital patients. The BCRA committee approved the bill by a vote of 4 to 1. —National Nurses United - Heal DC, 07/07/15 More »

Lahey Health Nurses Go Public with Concerns for Patient Safety

Lahey Health Nurses Go Public with Concerns for Patient Safety

Exhausted nurses who work at Lahey Health’s Beverly Hospital and Addison Gilbert Hospital in Gloucester are sounding the alarm and taking action to address unsafe patient care conditions at their facilities, as Lahey management is deliberately and repeatedly forcing nurses to work mandatory overtime in direct violation of a 2012 state law that prohibits the dangerous practice as an alternative to providing safe RN staffing. —David Schildmeier, Massachusetts Nurses Association/National Nurses United, 07/07/15 More »

Mass. Nurses Association Donna Kelly Williams - Patient Safety Act

Mass. Nurses Association Donna Kelly Williams - Patient Safety Act

SURVEY SAYS! 85% of RNs agree that the quality of patient care in Massachusetts’ hospitals is suffering due to unsafe patient assignments. Nurses across the country continue their fight for patient safety. —Pattie Lockard, Nurse Talk Radio, 07/03/15 More »

HealthAlliance nurses in Leominster reach tentative 3-year pact

HealthAlliance nurses in Leominster reach tentative 3-year pact

After nearly a year of negotiations, registered nurses at HealthAlliance Hospital - Leominster Campus are celebrating what they consider a victory after reaching a tentative agreement for a three-year contract Monday evening that they say improves nurse-to-patient staffing and overall patient safety. —Paula J. Owen, Telegram & Gazette, 07/02/15 More »

City of Hope RNs Approve New Union Contract Cite Strong Patient Care, Economic Improvements

City of Hope RNs Approve New Union Contract Cite Strong Patient Care, Economic Improvements

Registered nurses who work at the City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte, Ca. near Los Angeles voted overwhelmingly Tuesday night to approve a new, three-year collective bargaining contract they say will strengthen their ability to protect patients, as well as provide good economic gains. The California Nurses Association/National Nurses United represents some 850 City of Hope RNs. —California Nurses Association, 07/02/15 More »

Nurses Call Two-Day Strike at Eastern Maine Medical Center,  Press Hospital to Address Safe Staffing

Nurses Call Two-Day Strike at Eastern Maine Medical Center,  Press Hospital to Address Safe Staffing

Registered nurses have called a two-day strike July 13 and 14 at Eastern Maine Medical Center to press hospital officials to finally address nurses’ concerns over unsafe staffing at the hospital. Negotiations have been on going since April with little movement over the key issue of safe staffing. Thursday morning, the RNs delivered a 10-day notice to hospital officials of their intent to strike, while noting that the RN negotiating team will continue to be available to bargain up to that deadline. —National Nurses United, 07/02/15 More »

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