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Nurses Call on County to Invest in Vital Health Care for Residents, Hold Picket to Protest Concerns

Nurses Call on County to Invest in Vital Health Care for Residents, Hold Picket to Protest Concerns

Registered nurses that work for Contra Costa County will hold an informational picket on Monday July 20, to call attention to the County's failure to properly invest in its health care system and address unsafe patient care conditions. —California Nurses Association, 07/17/15 More »

CNA Statement on Sale of Daughters of Charity Hospitals

CNA Statement on Sale of Daughters of Charity Hospitals

In response to the announcement that the Daughters of Charity Health System has selected BlueMountain Capital Management as a buyer for its six hospital system, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United today said it will press Blue Mountain and DCHS to keep open all the hospitals, retain current patient services, and honor the collective bargaining rights and current standards for DCHS employees. —California Nurses Association, 07/17/15 More »

Major Settlement – Tentative Pact for RNs at LA-Area Providence Hospitals

Major Settlement – Tentative Pact for RNs at LA-Area Providence Hospitals

Registered nurses at three hospitals operated by the Providence Health and Services chain reached a tentative contract settlement early Wednesday with hospital officials at three Los Angeles area hospitals that they say addresses key concerns about staffing and pay equity. —National Nurses United, 07/16/15 More »

Redwood Memorial RNs Seek Election To Join California Nurses Association

Redwood Memorial RNs Seek Election To Join California Nurses Association

Registered nurses at Redwood Memorial Hospital in Fortuna, Ca. today petitioned the federal labor board for an election to join the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United, California’s largest nurses organization. —California Nurses Association, 07/08/15 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 »

UCSF RNs Challenge Mission Bay Arena Plan, Call for City to Prioritize Health, Public Services 1st

UCSF RNs Challenge Mission Bay Arena Plan, Call for City to Prioritize Health, Public Services 1st

Citing impacts on access to care, patient health and the ability of patients, family members and health professionals to access Mission Bay’s hospitals and clinics in gridlock traffic, the California Nurses Association, today voiced opposition to the current plan for the proposed Golden State Warriors’ entertainment complex in Mission Bay. —California Nurses Association, 06/29/15 More »

Nurses Continue to Oppose Flawed Trade Deal

Nurses Continue to Oppose Flawed Trade Deal

In the wake of the Senate move to grant President Obama fast track authority to pass, without amendment, harmful global trade pacts, nurses will continue protests against agreements like the Trans-Pacific Partnership that pose an imminent threat to public health and safety, National Nurses United, the largest U.S. organization of registered nurses, said today. —National Nurses United, 06/24/15 More »

Nurses to Senator Feinstein: Vote NO on Fast Track and All Trade Deals that Endanger Public Health

Nurses to Senator Feinstein: Vote NO on Fast Track and All Trade Deals that Endanger Public Health

Nurses will hold emergency rallies Monday, along with numerous organizations, at Senator Dianne Feinstein's offices across the state, insisting that she vote “No” on Fast Track Authority and oppose all trade deals that endanger the environment and public health. —California Nurses Association, 06/22/15 More »

As Fast Track Passes House, Nurses Shift Pressure to Senate To Prioritize People Over Wall Street

As Fast Track Passes House, Nurses Shift Pressure to Senate To Prioritize People Over Wall Street

Nurses have been mobilizing for months against Fast Track authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which threatens to give pharmaceutical companies the ability to inflate lifesaving medication costs and corporations the power to overturn environmental and food safety regulations. More »

RNs, Community Members Hold Sit In at Offices of Rep. Jim Costa, Urge No Vote on Fast Track/TPP

RNs, Community Members Hold Sit In at Offices of Rep. Jim Costa, Urge No Vote on Fast Track/TPP

National Nurses United announced that that its nurse members will be joining a sit in, along with community organizations, at the offices of Rep. Jim Costa today urging him to shift his position and vote “No” on dangerous trade deals that have dire consequences for public health and patient safety. —California Nurses Association, 06/16/15 More »

Nurses, Community Leaders Will Speak Out on Threats to Patient Care at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital

Nurses, Community Leaders Will Speak Out on Threats to Patient Care at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital

Registered Nurses will hold a town hall meeting at the Valencia Branch of the Santa Clarita Public Library this Wednesday evening to let the public know what they are doing to insure quality patient care at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital. —California Nurses Association, 06/16/15 More »

California Nurses, Teachers Oppose Phillips 66 Oil Train Project

California Nurses, Teachers Oppose Phillips 66 Oil Train Project

The 120,000-member California Federation of Teachers yesterday voted to add their voice to the growing community of nurses and teachers opposed to the Phillips 66 oil train project. —California Nurses Association, 06/15/15 More »

Fast Track Stalled by House Vote, RNs Seek to Derail For Good

Fast Track Stalled by House Vote, RNs Seek to Derail For Good

As a House of Representatives vote Friday stalled Fast Track authority for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, National Nurses United (NNU)—the largest organization of nurses in the country—has announced that its 190,000 members are doubling down pressure on Congress to derail Fast Track for good. —National Nurses United, 06/15/15 More »

Little Company RNs to Hold Informational Picket Tues. June 9

Little Company RNs to Hold Informational Picket Tues. June 9

In response to myriad issues impacting patient safety, registered nurses at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center San Pedro will stand with the community at an informational picket and rally on Tuesday, June 9, California Nurses Association/National Nurses United announced today. —California Nurses Association, 06/08/15 More »

Nurses Call on Rep. Susan Davis to Vote No on Fast Track Legislation

Nurses Call on Rep. Susan Davis to Vote No on Fast Track Legislation

Registered nurse members of the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United (CNA/NNU) will gather in San Diego on Friday at Congress member Susan Davis to say no to Fast Track legislation—which will soon come up for a vote in the U.S. House of Representatives. —California Nurses Association, 06/04/15 More »

RNs to Picket St. Joseph’s Medical Center Friday Voice Concern Over Safe Staffing Issues

RNs to Picket St. Joseph’s Medical Center Friday Voice Concern Over Safe Staffing Issues

Citing concern over safe staffing issues, St. Joseph’s Medical Center (SJMC), registered nurses will hold an informational picket on Friday, June 5, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United announced today. According to SJMC nurses, the Emergency Department and other hospital units are experiencing systemic levels of unsafe nurse-to-patient staffing ratios, an issue that nurses, backed by countless studies, say puts patients’ lives at risk. —California Nurses Association, 06/04/15 More »

RNs at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital Overwhelmingly Vote to Ratify New Contract

RNs at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital Overwhelmingly Vote to Ratify New Contract

At membership meetings on Wednesday, registered nurses at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital (SVMH) voted overwhelmingly—by 98.5 percent—to ratify a new contract with the hospital, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United announced today. —California Nurses Association, 05/28/15 More »

RNs Retain Critical Charge Nurse Position, Uphold Patient Care in Tentative Contract with SVMH

RNs Retain Critical Charge Nurse Position, Uphold Patient Care in Tentative Contract with SVMH

Registered nurses at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital (SVMH) have reached a tentative contract agreement with hospital officials, protecting the vital clinical role of the charge nurse, a key issue in the contract fight that will strengthen quality of care at the hospital, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United announced today. —California Nurses Association, 05/22/15 More »

San Luis Obispo County RNs, Parents, Residents Gather to Protest Refugio Oil Spill, Stop Oil Trains

San Luis Obispo County RNs, Parents, Residents Gather to Protest Refugio Oil Spill, Stop Oil Trains

Nurses, parents and other San Luis Obispo county residents will gather downtown Thursday evening before the weekly SLO Farmers’ Market to protest Tuesday’s oil spill at Refugio State Beach, 50 miles south of SLO. In light of this environmental catastrophe, they will also bring renewed emphasis to their pre-existing call for county officials to oppose the Phillips 66 Oil Train Project. —California Nurses Association, 05/20/15 More »

Nurses Join Teachers, Parents and Students to Voice  Opposition to Phillips 66 Oil Train Project

Nurses Join Teachers, Parents and Students to Voice Opposition to Phillips 66 Oil Train Project

The city of San Luis Obispo last month became the first in the county to declare its opposition to the Phillips 66 project. Cities and schools boards in blast zone communities north and south of the county have also sent in letters opposing Phillip 66’s oil train project. —California Nurses Association, 05/18/15 More »

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