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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 »

A New Sign And Fresh Paint Isn’t Enough

A New Sign And Fresh Paint Isn’t Enough

Nurses at Verdugo Hills Hospital will rally tomorrow in protest the University of Southern California’s failure to sufficiently improve patient care and labor standards since acquiring the hospital one year ago. —National Nurses United, 07/24/14 More »

Kaiser RNs Set to Open Contract Talks -Voice Concern About Erosion of Patient Care Standards

Kaiser RNs Set to Open Contract Talks -Voice Concern About Erosion of Patient Care Standards

With contract talks affecting more than 18,000 Kaiser Permanente registered nurses who work in 86 Kaiser hospitals and clinics throughout Northern and Central California set to open next week, RNs today renewed their call to press the HMO/hospital giant to put the breaks on the growing erosion of care standards nurses say put patients at risk. —National Nurses United, 07/24/14 More »

RNs, Veterans to Hold Speak Out at San Diego VA with Call for Action to Improve Patient Care

RNs, Veterans to Hold Speak Out at San Diego VA with Call for Action to Improve Patient Care

Registered nurses at the Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC) in San Diego, joined and supported by veteran service members, will hold a public speak out Wed. to outline immediate steps the medical center should take to improve patient care at the VA hospital. More »

Nurses, Activists, Cite Public Health Emergency In Detroit Water Shutoffs

Nurses, Activists, Cite Public Health Emergency In Detroit Water Shutoffs

Nurses, joined by members of dozens of local, national, and even international organizations will hold a big march and rally Friday in Detroit in a stepped up protest against the city’s decision to shut off water to thousands of Detroit residents. —National Nurses United, 07/17/14 More »

Support Builds for Friday March to End Water Shutoff

Support Builds for Friday March to End Water Shutoff

Support is growing from labor, community, clergy, and environmental activists, along with those attending the national Netroots Nation convention in Detroit this week for a march and rally Friday July 18 to call for an immediate moratorium on the water shutoffs. —National Nurses United, 07/14/14 More »

July 18 March, Rally from Netroots Nation to Sound Call: ‘Turn on the Water. Tax Wall Street’

July 18 March, Rally from Netroots Nation to Sound Call: ‘Turn on the Water. Tax Wall Street’

Registered nurses, Detroit residents, clergy, labor, environmental activists, and attendees from the Netroots Nation convention in Detroit will hold a march and rally Friday July 18 to call for an immediate moratorium on the water shutoffs in Detroit that they call a public health emergency and a major violation of human rights. —National Nurses United, 07/09/14 More »

No More Excuses: Contra Costa County Property Tax Windfall Can Save DMC

No More Excuses: Contra Costa County Property Tax Windfall Can Save DMC

Registered nurses, joined by community leaders and residents announced today that since the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors now knows the county will receive a $19 million increase in property tax revenue over last year, they have no excuse but to keep Doctors Medical Center (DMC) in San Pablo operating as a full service hospital. —California Nurses Association, 07/08/14 More »

RNs Urge Tougher Federal Oversight on Unproven Medical Technology on which Hospitals Spend Billions

RNs Urge Tougher Federal Oversight on Unproven Medical Technology on which Hospitals Spend Billions

National Nurses United is calling on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to enact meaningful oversight and public protections on the use of unproven medical technology that is rapidly spreading through the nation’s healthcare system. NNU, the largest U.S. organization of nurses, made its appeal in formal comments submitted Monday to the FDA which has just concluded a comment period on its proposed “Risk-Based Regulatory Framework and Strategy for Health Information Technology Report.” —National Nurses United, 07/08/14 More »

Hearing Today- RNs Step Up Call for Effective Curbs on Insurance Price Hikes at Sacramento Rally

Hearing Today- RNs Step Up Call for Effective Curbs on Insurance Price Hikes at Sacramento Rally

Registered nurses, consumers, community health activists, and patients will rally in Sacramento Wednesday, then attend a legislative hearing in which they will call on state lawmakers to support Proposition 45 on the November ballot to provide effective curbs on insurance premium increases. —California Nurses Association, 07/02/14 More »

RNs to Picket Doctors San Pablo Today, Stepping Up Call for County to Keep West County Hospital Open

RNs to Picket Doctors San Pablo Today, Stepping Up Call for County to Keep West County Hospital Open

Following a decision last Tuesday by the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors to table a sales tax to, in part, help embattled Doctors Medical Center in San Pablo, DMC registered nurses today announced plans to hold a picket today to demand the county assume operation of DMC with existing revenues and retain it as a full service hospital. Anything less than a full service hospital would abandon residents of West Contra Costa County and expose hundreds of thousands of area residents to the threat of no emergency and hospital care in their community, RNs said. —California Nurses Association, 07/01/14 More »

Michigan Nurses Association Endorses Patient Safety Advocates

Michigan Nurses Association Endorses Patient Safety Advocates

Leaders of the Michigan Nurses Association, Michigan’s largest union and professional association for registered nurses, have issued their second of two rounds of endorsements in state House and Senate races. —Michigan Nurses Association, 06/30/14 More »

RNs: Rulings Continue Corporate Tilt with Further Attacks on Democracy, Women, Worker’s Rights

RNs: Rulings Continue Corporate Tilt with Further Attacks on Democracy, Women, Worker’s Rights

The Supreme Court ruling today limiting the collective voice of Illinois home care workers continues a dangerous pattern of undermining democracy as well as eroding the rights of workers to have a collective voice through their unions, and signals a desire for broader restrictions, said National Nurses United, the largest U.S. organization of nurses. NNU also blasted a second court ruling sharply limiting access to reproductive healthcare for women by allowing corporations to refuse to provide contraceptive care in health coverage. —National Nurses United, 06/30/14 More »

RN-Backed Bills on Patient Choice, Holding Hospitals to Account on Charity Care Advance in Sac.

RN-Backed Bills on Patient Choice, Holding Hospitals to Account on Charity Care Advance in Sac.

Two major bills sponsored by the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United that would greatly expand patient access to doctors and hospitals of their choice and hold non-profit hospitals to public accountability on what charity care and community benefits they provide passed key tests in the California legislature Wednesday. —California Nurses Association, 06/26/14 More »

Mt. Desert Island RNs Hold Informational Picket Thursday-Noon Rally Concerning Healthcare Technology

Mt. Desert Island RNs Hold Informational Picket Thursday-Noon Rally Concerning Healthcare Technology

Registered nurses at Mount Desert Island Hospital (MDIH), in Bar Harbor, ME will hold an informational picket on Thursday June 26, over ongoing concerns about the safe and proper use of healthcare technology. —Maine State Nurses Association/National Nurses United, 06/24/14 More »

RNs to Picket DMC San Pablo July 1, Stepping Up Call for County to Keep West County Hospital Open

RNs to Picket DMC San Pablo July 1, Stepping Up Call for County to Keep West County Hospital Open

Following a decision Tuesday by the Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors to table a sales tax to, in part, help embattled Doctors Medical Center in San Pablo, DMC registered nurses today announced plans to hold a picket July 1 to demand the county assume operation of DMC with existing revenues and retain it as a full service hospital. —California Nurses Association, 06/24/14 More »

Lawrence Gen. Hospital RNs to Hold June 26 Informational Picket to Appeal for Safer Patient Care

Lawrence Gen. Hospital RNs to Hold June 26 Informational Picket to Appeal for Safer Patient Care

In response to excessive patient assignments for nurses and the hospital’s refusal to provide safe RN staffing to ensure appropriate patient care, the registered nurses of Lawrence General Hospital plan to conduct an informational picket outside the entrance to the hospital on Thursday, June 26 from 2 – 4 p.m. to take their concerns directly to the public. —Massachusettes Nurses Association - National Nurses United, 06/24/14 More »

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