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Press Conference and Job Fair - Monday 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m

Press Conference and Job Fair - Monday 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m

As the hospitals in Sanford and the surrounding area experience an influx of patients, RNs at Central Florida Regional Hospital will hold a press conference and job fair on January 26 to recruit for much needed staff. The hospital currently has 116 vacancies ranging from managers to secretaries, including both full time and part-time positions. —National Nurses Organizing Committee - Forida, 01/23/15 More »

Nurses: Robin Hood Tax on Wall Street Needed for Broad Economic Reform

Nurses: Robin Hood Tax on Wall Street Needed for Broad Economic Reform

National Nurses United today welcomed President Obama’s call to reduce income inequality in the U.S. through new taxes on financial institutions and the wealthiest Americans as a “fresh start,” but called on the White House and Congress to go farther and adopt a robust tax on Wall Street speculation to raise the “real revenue needed to repair the U.S. economy and meet the human needs still neglected by the Wall Street-created economic crash. —National Nurses United, 01/21/15 More »

Newton Wellesley Hospital Nurses Go Public With Concerns About Patient Safety

Newton Wellesley Hospital Nurses Go Public With Concerns About Patient Safety

The registered nurses of Newton Wellesley Hospital represented by the Massachusetts Nurses Association/National Nurses United (MNA/NNU), recently began a campaign to alert the public about a potentially dangerous plan by Partners Health Care to reduce RN staffing levels and increase nurses’ patient assignments in the facility’s busy emergency department. —Massachusetts Nurses Association/National Nurses United, 01/21/15 More »

Kaiser RNs Begin Voting on New 3-Year Agreement

Kaiser RNs Begin Voting on New 3-Year Agreement

In membership meetings held across Northern and Central California beginning today, registered nurses and nurse practitioners at 86 Kaiser Permanente hospitals and clinics will vote on a new three year collective bargaining agreement. As the largest RN contract in the U.S., this agreement is expected to elevate nursing standards and workplace conditions across the nation. —California Nurses Association, 01/20/15 More »

Huntington RNs say: “Don’t Silence Our Voice for Patients! Respect Our Labor Rights!”

Huntington RNs say: “Don’t Silence Our Voice for Patients! Respect Our Labor Rights!”

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. and his belief that union rights are civil rights, clergy, community members and patients from the Pasadena area will gather at an Interfaith Prayer Vigil at Huntington Memorial, January 20 5:30pm to 7:30pm, to urge administration to stop violating the rights of its nurses and allow a fair, free union organizing campaign with the California Nurses Association. —California Nurses Association, 01/19/15 More »

BREAKING - Settlement Ends Kaiser-RN Dispute: RNs Win Stronger Patient Care Voice, New Protections

BREAKING - Settlement Ends Kaiser-RN Dispute: RNs Win Stronger Patient Care Voice, New Protections

With a settlement that is likely to elevate RN standards across the nation, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United today announced a major tentative contract agreement for 18,000 California RNs who work at Kaiser Permanente hospitals and clinics that will give the RNs a stronger voice on patient care, and breakthrough improvements in workplace protections. —California Nurses Association, 01/17/15 More »

Nurses Welcome White House Community College Initiative

Nurses Welcome White House Community College Initiative

National Nurses United today announced strong support for President Obama's community college initiative that NNU said should have a huge impact on expanding and improving nursing education opportunities for an entire new generation of registered nurses. —National Nurses United, 01/15/15 More »

Daughters of Charity RNs, Other Hospital Workers Step Up Call for Sale Approval

Daughters of Charity RNs, Other Hospital Workers Step Up Call for Sale Approval

With a decision from Attorney General Kamala Harris fast approaching, Daughters of Charity registered nurses and other hospital workers will walk the halls of the State Capitol Thursday calling on legislators to encourage the Attorney General to approve the proposed sale of six California Daughters of Charity hospitals to Prime Healthcare. —California Nurses Association, 01/14/15 More »

Nurses Urge Legislation to Require Prevention Plans To Stem Epidemic of Violence in Hospitals

Nurses Urge Legislation to Require Prevention Plans To Stem Epidemic of Violence in Hospitals

Registered Nurses will rally in Tampa Tuesday to call for legislative action to require hospitals to step up tough prevention plans to stem a growing spate of violence against nurses and other health workers in hospitals. —National Nurses Organizing Committee, 01/12/15 More »

Kaiser RNs Announce Plans to Strike January 21-22

Kaiser RNs Announce Plans to Strike January 21-22

After months of Kaiser Permanente’s refusal to address the growing erosion of patient care standards, Kaiser RNs will hold a two-day strike January 21 and 22, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United announced late today. —California Nurses Association, 01/09/15 More »

Nurses Rally Friday at Seton Medical Center – 12 pm

Nurses Rally Friday at Seton Medical Center – 12 pm

DALY CITY/MOSS BEACH— Nurses and community organizations are mobilizing once again Friday at Seton Medical Center (Daly City) and Seton Coastside (Moss Beach), for the fifth and final day of rallies and Attorney General public hearings in support of the proposed sale of six Daughters of Charity hospitals to Prime Healthcare. —California Nurses Association, 01/09/15 More »

Daly City – Nurse Rally, Friday, Noon, Seton Medical Center

Daly City – Nurse Rally, Friday, Noon, Seton Medical Center

DALY CITY/MOSS BEACH— Building on momentum gathered by hundreds of registered nurses who mobilized at Daughters of Charity hospitals earlier this week, nurses and community organizations are turning out again Friday at Seton Medical Center (Daly City) and Seton Coastside (Moss Beach). They will be gathering for the fifth day of rallies and Attorney General public hearings in support of the proposed sale of six Daughters of Charity hospitals to Prime Healthcare. —California Nurses Association, 01/08/15 More »

Gilroy- Nurse Rally, 8:30 a.m., St. Louise Regional Hospital

Gilroy- Nurse Rally, 8:30 a.m., St. Louise Regional Hospital

GILROY— Building on momentum gathered by hundreds of registered nurses who mobilized at hospitals in southern California and San Jose earlier this week, nurses and community organizations are turning out again Thursday at Gilroy's City Hall. They will be gathering for the fourth day of rallies and Attorney General public hearings in support of the proposed sale of six Daughters of Charity hospitals to Prime Healthcare. More »

Public Hearings on Future of Four Bay Area Daughters of Charity Hospitals Start Wednesday

Public Hearings on Future of Four Bay Area Daughters of Charity Hospitals Start Wednesday

Registered nurses and community organizations are turning out for a third day of rallies and public hearings to support the proposed sale of six Daughters of Charity hospitals to Prime Healthcare, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United (CNA/NNU) announced today. —California Nurses Association, 01/06/15 More »

Nurses Welcome President’s Commitment to Veto Proposed Bill, Green-Lighting Keystone XL Pipeline

Nurses Welcome President’s Commitment to Veto Proposed Bill, Green-Lighting Keystone XL Pipeline

National Nurses United today welcomed the announcement that President Obama will veto legislation by the new Congress pushing forward the controversial Keystone XL pipeline project. The new Congressional majority has said that pushing the pipeline will be a top priority – ignoring the severe consequences for public health and climate change. —National Nurses United, 01/06/15 More »

TODAY 8:00 a.m. St. Vincents, Rally-Daughters of Charity Hearing Day 2

TODAY 8:00 a.m. St. Vincents, Rally-Daughters of Charity Hearing Day 2

Daughters of Charity RNs will continue to hold rallies and testify in support of saving vital healthcare services in their communities, voiced by those who know first-hand what's at stake. The second hearing will take place today at St. Vincent's Medical Center located in downtown Los Angeles. — St. Vincent Medical Center Rally at 8:00 a.m., Hearing at 10:00 a.m. More »

With Congress Set to Green Light Keystone XL Pipeline, Nurses Urge President to Reject KXL

With Congress Set to Green Light Keystone XL Pipeline, Nurses Urge President to Reject KXL

Citing continuing concerns about the threat to public health, National Nurses United today urged the Obama Administration to formally reject the permit for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, not just rely on a possible veto of legislation expected to pass in the new Congress. —National Nurses United, 01/06/15 More »

Attorney General Hearings on Fate of Four Bay Area Daughters of Charity Hospitals Start Wednesday

Attorney General Hearings on Fate of Four Bay Area Daughters of Charity Hospitals Start Wednesday

Registered nurses from Daughters of Charity hospitals throughout the greater Bay Area will hold rallies prior to hearings and then testify to share findings from an impact report released mid-December, by CNA/NNU outlining the crucial healthcare services that would be lost in the event of hospital closures. —California Nurses Association, 01/04/15 More »

First Attorney General Hearings on Fate of Daughters of Charity Hospitals Begin in LA Monday

First Attorney General Hearings on Fate of Daughters of Charity Hospitals Begin in LA Monday

Registered nurses from Daughters of Charity hospitals will give testimony at St. Francis Medical Center in Lynwood and St. Vincent’s Medical Center in Los Angeles on Monday Jan 5, and Tuesday Jan. 6 respectively in their continued fight to save their hospitals and preserve essential patient care services in their communities. —California Nurses Association, 01/04/15 More »

Registered Nurses Welcome First Contract at Community Hospital Long Beach

Registered Nurses Welcome First Contract at Community Hospital Long Beach

Yesterday registered nurses voted to approve their first ever collective bargaining agreement at Community Hospital Long Beach. At a time when many labor contracts are premised on substantial cuts in workplace and living standards for nurses and other workers, the RNs successfully negotiated an agreement that represents improvements in their existing standards. —California Nurses Association, 12/31/14 More »

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