NNU Organizing Victories
March 8, 2011 - Doctors Sarasota RNs Vote by 64% to Join NNOC-Florida
By a margin of 64 percent, registered nurses at Doctors Hospital of Sarasota voted Monday night to become the newest members of the rapidly growing Florida affiliate of the nation’s largest union and professional association of RNs, National Nurses United.
December 10, 2010 - RNs at Sixth Florida Hospital Choose NNOC-Florida
Registered nurses at Oak Hill Hospitalin Brooksville, Fla., along Florida’s Gulf Coast north of Tampa, voted Thursday night to affiliate with the nation’s largest union and professional association of RNs, concluding a remarkable year of growth for the 160,000-member National Nurses United.
December 3, 2010 - Largo Medical Center Latest Florida RNs to Join NNOC-Florida
National Nurses Organizing Committee-Florida is adding more Florida RNs to its rapidly growing family. Registered nurses at two campuses of Largo Medical Center in Largo, Fla. voted Thursday night to join with their colleagues from four other Florida hospitals who have opted to affiliate with the nation’s largest union and professional association of nurses.
December 2, 2010 - Fourth Florida Hospital RNs Join NNOC-Florida for Union Voice
Registered nurses at another Florida hospital have joined the growing movement of Florida nurses to affiliate with the nation’s largest union and professional association of RNs.
November 24, 2010 - More Florida RNs Vote to Join NNOC-Florida/National Nurses United
Registered nurses at Community Hospital in New Port Richey, Fla. Tuesday night became the latest Florida nurses to cast their votes for affiliation with National Nurses Organizing Committee-Florida.
November 23, 2010 - Central Florida RNs Vote by 68% to Join NNU
Registered nurses at Central Florida Regional Hospital in Sanford , Fla. voted by 68 percent Monday night to join National Nurses Organizing Committee-Florida, an affiliate of National Nurses United, the country’s biggest union and professional association of registered nurses.
October 6, 2010 - Washington Hospital Center RNs Join Nation’s Largest Nurses’ Union
Registered nurses in Washington D.C.’s largest hospital, Washington Hospital Center, have voted to join National Nurses United, the nation’s largest union and professional association of RNs. Nearly 1,600 WHC nurses, who have been in the independent organization Nurses United of the National Capital Region will now be a part of NNU.
September 15, 2010 - Kansas City RNs Vote to Join Nation’s Largest RN Union
Registered nurses at Research Medical Center in Kansas City Tuesday night voted by nearly two-thirds to join the National Nurses Organizing Committee-Missouri, an affiliate of the National Nurses United, the U.S.’ largest union and professional association of RNs.
June 4, 2010 - Lone Star Rebellion- Nearly 2,000 Texas RNs - Vote to Join NNU
Capping a historic sweep that could alter the nation’s labor and political landscape, registered nurses at Valley Regional Medical Center Thursday night voted to join the nation’s largest RN union.
May 21, 2010 - Univ. of Chicago RNs Vote for Direct Representation in National Nurses United
Registered nurses at the University of Chicago Medical Center, First Lady Michelle Obama’s former employer, voted by 64 percent Thursday night for a direct membership in the nation’s largest RN union and professional organization, National Nurses United.
April 28, 2010 - Houston’s Cypress-Fairbanks RNs Vote to Reaffirm NNU Membership
In a dramatic expression of support for the aspirations of Texas registered nurses to have a stronger voice to speak out for patients and themselves, RNs at Cypress-Fairbanks Hospital in Houston voted today to remain members of National Nurses Organizing Committee-Texas, the state’s affiliate of National Nurses United, the national union and professional association for RNs.
January 15, 2010 - Huge Election Win for MountainView RNs
Registered nurses at MountainView Hospital in northern Las Vegas voted by 61 percent Thursday night to affiliate with the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee. CNA/NNOC will represent 500 RNs at the hospital.