Sign Up for Updates

Press Releases

RNs at Community Health Systems Hospital Set Three-Day Strike August 14-16

RNs at Community Health Systems Hospital Set Three-Day Strike August 14-16

Registered nurses at Watsonville Community Hospital in Watsonville, Ca. will hold a three strike beginning today, August 14 in the latest protest against demands by hospital executives for sharp reductions in health coverage, and the hospital’s refusal to address concerns about patient care conditions, especially safe staffing. Nurses will speak out at a rally on thursday at noon in front of the hospital. The strike is scheduled to begin at 7:00 a.m. this morning when RNs will start their picket line, and end Sunday at at 6:59 a.m. —California Nurses Association/National Nurses United, 08/14/14 More »

RNs Strike Today at Three Bay Area Hospitals

RNs Strike Today at Three Bay Area Hospitals

Registered nurses at three Bay Area hospitals, Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa, Sutter Tracy Community Hospital, and Watsonville Community Hospital will strike today, August 14 citing common concerns about safe staffing and other patient care needs. Watsonville RNs will strike for three days; Queen of the Valley and Sutter Tracy RNs will strike for one day. The California Nurses Association/National Nurses United, (CNA/NNU), represents the RNs at all three hospitals. —California Nurses Association/National Nurses United, 08/14/14 More »

Nurses Urge Federal Court to Grant TRO to Prevent Doctors San Pablo Closures

Nurses Urge Federal Court to Grant TRO to Prevent Doctors San Pablo Closures

The United States District Court, Northern District of California today set a hearing for 3:00 p.m. today to determine whether to grant a temporary restraining order to halt the closure of Doctor’s Medical Center in San Pablo. —California Nurses Association, 08/12/14 More »

CAAA and California Nurses Association Fight Gender Bias in Workers’ Compensation Insurance

CAAA and California Nurses Association Fight Gender Bias in Workers’ Compensation Insurance

SACRAMENTO, CA - The California Applicants’ Attorneys Association (CAAA), whose members represent Californians hurt at work, today joined the California Nurses Association (C.N.A.) in calling for elimination of gender bias against female first responders through passage of AB 2616 (Skinner). —California Nurses Association and California Applicants' Attorneys Association, 08/12/14 More »

Press Conference TODAY—Keep Seton a Full Service Hospital

Press Conference TODAY—Keep Seton a Full Service Hospital

Daly City Mayor David Canepa, registered nurses, represented by the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United, and local residents, will hold a press conference today outside Seton Medical Center to demand that the facility remains a full-service acute care hospital. It is believed the Daughters of Charity Health System will make a decision on a buyer for their seven hospitals in California sometime in the next two months. —California Nurses Association, 08/11/14 More »

Nurses Demand Immediate Halt to Doctors San Pablo Ambulance Diversions and Bed Closures

Nurses Demand Immediate Halt to Doctors San Pablo Ambulance Diversions and Bed Closures

The California Nurses Association/National Nurses United condemned Contra Costa County officials for its lackluster response to keeping Doctors Medical Center (DMC) open as a full-service hospital today, after an announcement that the hospital will no longer be accepting ambulances, and beds would be capped at fifty. —California Nurses Association, 08/07/14 More »

Kaiser Still Avoiding Contract Talks with RNs As Nurses Outline Widespread Patient Care Concerns

Kaiser Still Avoiding Contract Talks with RNs As Nurses Outline Widespread Patient Care Concerns

With Kaiser Permanente registered nurses stepping up their alarm about the erosion of patient care standards, Kaiser officials Thursday once again failed to attend a planned collective bargaining session with RN nurse negotiators. Kaiser refused to join talks today even though the RNs went to a site for negotiations, at an Oakland hotel, that Kaiser had proposed, the California Nurses Association, National Nurses United, which represents 18,000 Kaiser RNs at 21 hospitals and 66 clinics announced. —California Nurses Association/National Nurses United, 08/07/14 More »

RNs at Community Health Systems Hospital Set Three-Day Strike August 14-16 in California

RNs at Community Health Systems Hospital Set Three-Day Strike August 14-16 in California

Registered nurses at Watsonville Community Hospital in Watsonville, Ca. will hold a three-day strike beginning Thursday, August 14 in the latest protest against demands by hospital executive for sharp reductions in health coverage, and the hospital’s refusal to address concerns about patient care conditions, especially safe staffing. Nurses say relations with local hospital officials have been aggravated by a hard line pushed by corporate executives at Tennessee-based Community Health Systems which now operates the former locally owned and operated hospital in Watsonville. —California Nurses Association/National Nurses United, 08/06/14 More »

Queen of the Valley RNs Call One-Day Strike

Queen of the Valley RNs Call One-Day Strike

Registered nurses at Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa will hold a one-day strike Thursday, August 14 to protest the resistance of hospital officials to improve staffing needed for patient safety, as well as significant hospital demands for reductions in RN health benefits and retirement security. —California Nurses Association, 08/04/14 More »

Watsonville RNs Set Three Day Strike August 14

Watsonville RNs Set Three Day Strike August 14

Registered nurses at Watsonville Community Hospital will hold a three strike beginning Thursday, August 14 in the latest protest against demands by hospital executive for sharp reductions in health coverage, and the hospital’s refusal to address concerns about patient care conditions, especially safe staffing. —California Nurses Association, 08/04/14 More »

Sutter Tracy RNs to Hold 1-Day Strike August 14

Sutter Tracy RNs to Hold 1-Day Strike August 14

Registered nurses at Sutter Tracy Community Hospital will hold a one-day walkout Thursday, August 14 to protest the hard line taken by hospital executives on nurses’ concerns over safe staffing, other patient care issues, and fair standards on health coverage, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United announced today. —California Nurses Association, 08/04/14 More »

RNs to Strike August 14 at Three Bay Area Hospitals. Safe Staffing, Patient Care Key Concerns

RNs to Strike August 14 at Three Bay Area Hospitals. Safe Staffing, Patient Care Key Concerns

Registered nurses at three Bay Area hospitals, Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa, Sutter Tracy Community Hospital, and Watsonville Community Hospital will strike on Thursday, August 14 citing common concerns about safe staffing and other patient care needs. Watsonville RNs will strike for three days; Queen of the Valley and Sutter Tracy RNs will strike for one day. —California Nurses Association, 08/04/14 More »

UMass Memorial/Health Alliance Nurses Press Conference To Expose Deteriorating Patient Care

UMass Memorial/Health Alliance Nurses Press Conference To Expose Deteriorating Patient Care

Nurses from UMass Memorial Medical Center campuses in Worcester, Marlborough Hospital and Leominster Hospital Detailed Concerns Prior to Delivering Joint Letter to UMass Memorial Health Care CEO Eric Dickson Calling for Immediate Action to Protect Patients and Improve Care —Massachusetts Nurses Association/National Nurses United, 07/31/14 More »

RNs Voice Patient Care Concerns as Kaiser Officials Fail to Show Up for First Day of Contract Talks

RNs Voice Patient Care Concerns as Kaiser Officials Fail to Show Up for First Day of Contract Talks

Several hundred Registered Nurses joined an impromptu speak out Thursday warning “the model of care at Kaiser is leading to more harm and less care for our patients” on what was expected to be the first day of contract talks with Kaiser Permanente officials. —National Nurses United, 07/31/14 More »

Fight to Save DMC Heightens with Spirited March Followed by Unanimous Richmond Council Vote

Fight to Save DMC Heightens with Spirited March Followed by Unanimous Richmond Council Vote

SAN PABLO—Several hundred nurses, patients (many in wheelchairs), religious and community leaders, and elected officials marched yesterday from Doctors Medical Center in San Pablo to West Contra Costa Health Clinic, where an energetic rally followed. —National Nurses United, 07/31/14 More »

NNU to Join People’s Climate March Cite Public Health Need for Action on Climate Crisis

NNU to Join People’s Climate March Cite Public Health Need for Action on Climate Crisis

With new signs of the global climate crisis emerging almost daily, the nation’s largest U.S. organization of nurses today announced it will participate in what is expected to be the largest march to date calling for action to stem the harmful effects of climate change to be held September 21, 2014 in New York City with companion events being scheduled around the world. —National Nurses United, 07/31/14 More »

Today — Get Healthy! Get Checked!

Today — Get Healthy! Get Checked!

Today, Registered Nurses from the Registered Nurse Response Network (RNRN) will offer a free health screening to community members, including glucose and blood pressure checks, at the Dorothy Height/Benning Library. —National Nurses United, 07/31/14 More »

Kaiser RNs to Press Patient Care Concerns As Talks on New Contract Open Thursday

Kaiser RNs to Press Patient Care Concerns As Talks on New Contract Open Thursday

Representing 18,000 registered nurses and nurse practitioners, the Kaiser RN nurse negotiating team will open talks Thursday with Kaiser Permanente on a new collective bargaining agreement affecting 21 Kaiser hospitals and 66 clinics throughout Northern and Central California. —National Nurses United, 07/30/14 More »

On Medicare’s 49th Birthday Statewide Actions Call to: Protect, Improve, and Expand Medicare for All

On Medicare’s 49th Birthday Statewide Actions Call to: Protect, Improve, and Expand Medicare for All

On Medicare's 49th birthday, Wednesday, July 30, the Campaign for a Healthy California plans actions in 14 cities throughout California to celebrate Medicare's successful provision of guaranteed health care to millions of elderly senior and disabled Americans for nearly half a century. —National Nurses United, 07/29/14 More »

The Nurses’ Solution to Save DMC—County Must Run DMC and Chevron Must Pay its Fair Share

The Nurses’ Solution to Save DMC—County Must Run DMC and Chevron Must Pay its Fair Share

SAN PABLO—Registered nurses from throughout Contra Costa County will be joined by a broad and expanding number of organizations and individuals in a march and rally Wednesday calling for Chevron and the County to step in to keep Doctors Medical Center open. —National Nurses United, 07/28/14 More »

« First  <  2 3 4 5 6 >  Last »