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Nurses’ YUGE, Red #BernieBus Makes Bay Area Debut Thurs. May 5

Nurses’ YUGE, Red #BernieBus Makes Bay Area Debut Thurs. May 5

National Nurses United members, who spent months traveling from coast to coast, campaigning for Sen. Bernie Sanders on a bright red #BernieBus—will launch the Bay Area leg of their revolutionary journey with a #BernieBus kickoff event Thurs., May 5 at Berkeley City College. —National Nurses United, 05/04/16 More »

Bill to Reduce Toxic Fumes in Surgical Settings Moves On

Bill to Reduce Toxic Fumes in Surgical Settings Moves On

Legislation that would require the state to adopt rules to reduce toxic airborne contaminants, also known as “surgical plumes,” is headed to a vote on the floor of the California Assembly. —California Nurses Association, 05/04/16 More »

Bill to Step up Safety for Patients in Hospital ‘Observation’ Settings Advances to Senate Floor

Bill to Step up Safety for Patients in Hospital ‘Observation’ Settings Advances to Senate Floor

A bill that would significantly expand public oversight and protections for one of the least reported problems in U.S. hospitals—the placement of patients in “observation” status, is headed to the Senate floor. —National Nurses United, 05/04/16 More »

Nurses’ YUGE, Red #BernieBus To Visit Arcata, Eureka Calif.

Nurses’ YUGE, Red #BernieBus To Visit Arcata, Eureka Calif.

National Nurses United members, who have traveled from coast to coast to campaign for Sen. Bernie Sanders on a bright red #BernieBus, will make stops in Arcata and Eureka, Calif. on Wednesday, May 4. —National Nurses United, 05/03/16 More »

Mercy Bakersfield RNs to Picket Tuesday, May 3

Mercy Bakersfield RNs to Picket Tuesday, May 3

Nurses, Community Protest Short Staffing, Unsafe Work Conditions —National Nurses United, 04/29/16 More »

Bill to Reduce Toxic Fumes in Surgical Settings Advances

Bill to Reduce Toxic Fumes in Surgical Settings Advances

California nurses are welcoming an Assembly bill that would require the state to adopt rules to reduce toxic airborne contaminants, also known as “surgical plumes” in surgical settings that pose a danger to patients, nurses, and other health professionals. —National Nurses United, 04/27/16 More »

Tonight—Healthcare Debate Comes to 9 CA Cities

Tonight—Healthcare Debate Comes to 9 CA Cities

1,300 Californians to join screening of new documentary April 27 on the Medicare for All solution for businesses struggling with healthcare costs. More »

RNs Ratify Agreements with CA, NV Prime Hospitals ‘New Tools to Continue to Serve Our Community’

RNs Ratify Agreements with CA, NV Prime Hospitals ‘New Tools to Continue to Serve Our Community’

Registered nurses have approved new collective bargaining agreements covering 1,500 RNs who work at hospitals in California and Nevada operated by Prime Healthcare covering 1,500 RNs in Inglewood and San Diego, CA and Reno, NV. —California Nurses Association, 04/22/16 More »

EUREKA: RNs Call on AG to Deny St. Joseph/Providence Merger

EUREKA: RNs Call on AG to Deny St. Joseph/Providence Merger

(EUREKA) Registered nurses will speak out at a public meeting held at the Warfinger Building Monday morning, on the potential merger of St. Joseph Health System and Providence Health & Services. —National Nurses United, 04/22/16 More »

ROHNERT PARK: RNs Call on AG to Deny St. Joseph/Providence Merger

ROHNERT PARK: RNs Call on AG to Deny St. Joseph/Providence Merger

(ROHNERT PARK) Registered nurses will speak out at a public meeting held at the Sonoma State University Ballrooms Friday morning, on the potential merger of St. Joseph Health System and Providence Health & Services. —National Nurses United, 04/22/16 More »

NAPA: RNs Call on AG to Deny St. Joseph/Providence Merger

NAPA: RNs Call on AG to Deny St. Joseph/Providence Merger

Registered nurses will speak out at a public meeting held at the Napa City Hall Thursday morning, on the potential merger of St. Joseph Health System and Providence Health & Services. —National Nurses United, 04/20/16 More »

APPLE VALLEY: RNs Call on AG to Deny St. Joseph/Providence Merger

APPLE VALLEY: RNs Call on AG to Deny St. Joseph/Providence Merger

Local Rns To Testify at Public Hearing, Share Concerns About Merger Impact on Patients, RNs More »

RNs Welcome Advance of Bill to Step Up Public Safety For Patients in Hospital ‘Observation’

RNs Welcome Advance of Bill to Step Up Public Safety For Patients in Hospital ‘Observation’

California nurses are heralding the advance of a State Senate bill that would significantly expand public oversight and protections for one of the least reported problems in U.S. hospitals – the placement of patients in “observation” status, where they can be held for hours or days with less public oversight and fewer protections. —California Nurses Association, 04/15/16 More »

ORANGE: CNA RNs Call on AG to Deny St. Joseph/Providence Merger

ORANGE: CNA RNs Call on AG to Deny St. Joseph/Providence Merger

Local Rns To Testify at Public Hearing, Share Concerns About Merger Impact on Patients, RNs More »

TORRANCE: CNA RNs Call on AG to Deny St. Joseph/Providence Merger

TORRANCE: CNA RNs Call on AG to Deny St. Joseph/Providence Merger

Local Rns To Testify at Public Hearing, Share Concerns About Merger Impact on Patients, RNs —California Nurses Association, 04/14/16 More »

CNA RNs Call on AG to Deny St. Joseph/Providence Merger Application

CNA RNs Call on AG to Deny St. Joseph/Providence Merger Application

Nurses will speak out at public meetings held across California April 14-25 on the potential merger of St. Joseph Health System (SJHS) and Providence Health & Services (PH&S)—asking California Attorney General Kamala Harris to deny the merger, California Nurses Association/National Nurses United announced today. —California Nurses Association, 04/13/16 More »

RNs to UC Regents: Invest in UC Students, Patients and Nurses, not Wall Street

RNs to UC Regents: Invest in UC Students, Patients and Nurses, not Wall Street

Registered nurses from every UC Medical Center in California will converge this Thursday at the UC Regents meeting in San Francisco to speak out against UC President Napolitano's proposed 2016 pension plan. More »

Good Samaritan Nurses Strengthen Patient Advocacy, Retain Experienced RNs In New Contract

Good Samaritan Nurses Strengthen Patient Advocacy, Retain Experienced RNs In New Contract

(Los Angeles) Registered nurses at Good Samaritan Hospital have overwhelmingly voted to ratify a new three-year contract, The California Nurses Association / National Nurses United (CNA/NNU) announced. More »

As Kaiser Los Angeles RN Strike Enters 4th Day RNs to Rally Again at Kaiser Corporate Office

As Kaiser Los Angeles RN Strike Enters 4th Day RNs to Rally Again at Kaiser Corporate Office

Registered nurses will begin their fourth day Friday of a one-week strike at Kaiser Permanente’s flagship Los Angeles hospital, returning again to Kaiser’s Southern California Kaiser corporate headquarters in Pasadena following a huge protest there Thursday. —California Nurses Association, 03/18/16 More »

Striking RNs to Picket Kaiser Corporate Offices in Pasadena

Striking RNs to Picket Kaiser Corporate Offices in Pasadena

Registered nurses who are striking Kaiser Permanente’s flagship Los Angeles hospital this week will bring their protest to the doors of Kaiser’s Southern California corporate office today. More »

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