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Fallbrook Hospital RNs Say Closure of Labor and Delivery Puts Patients at Risk

Fallbrook Hospital RNs Say Closure of Labor and Delivery Puts Patients at Risk

The California Nurses Association/National Nurses United (CNA/NNU) called on Community Health Systems (CHS), the giant for-profit healthcare corporation based in Franklin, Tennessee that operates Fallbrook Hospital, to reinstate labor and delivery services, which were hastily suspended with little notice on September 3, 2014. —California Nurses Association, 09/12/14 More »

San Bernardino County Nurses To Picket Board of Supervisors Meeting Tuesday

San Bernardino County Nurses To Picket Board of Supervisors Meeting Tuesday

San Bernardino County registered nurses from Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC), the county detention centers, juvenile halls, outpatient clinics, and public health programs will hold an informational picket on Tuesday, September 9, to call attention to what they view as unsafe conditions for their patients and a lack of response in negotiations by county officials. More »

Hemet Valley Medical Center RNs Ratify New Accord

Hemet Valley Medical Center RNs Ratify New Accord

Registered nurses at Hemet Valley Medical Center in Hemet, Ca. Thursday voted to ratify a new collective bargaining agreement with the hospital that they say will help efforts to retain experienced RNs and recruit new nurses at the Inland Valley hospital. —California Nurses Association, 09/05/14 More »

RNs Hail New State Rules for Safe Patient Lifting

RNs Hail New State Rules for Safe Patient Lifting

The California Nurses Association today enthusiastically welcomed new state regulations by the California Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board to assure improved safety for patients, registered nurses, and other staff in lifting and other handling of hospitalized patients. —California Nurses Association, 08/26/14 More »

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The Trouble with Kaiser’s Technology

The Trouble with Kaiser’s Technology

Nurses say the healthcare giant's new Oakland Medical Center is plagued by dangerous equipment malfunctions, ineffective communication systems, and chronic understaffing. —Sam Levin, East Bay Express, 09/10/14 More »

Nurses deliver pillows and a petition to USC Verdugo Hills Hospital officials

Nurses deliver pillows and a petition to USC Verdugo Hills Hospital officials

Nurses from USC Verdugo Hills Hospital delivered new pillows to key figures in upper management on Monday as a message that the medical staff needs more funding to improve patient care. —Arin Mikailian, Glendale News-Press, 09/10/14 More »

Guest commentary: West County residents deserve a full-service hospital

Guest commentary: West County residents deserve a full-service hospital

As registered nurses who have worked at Doctor's Medical Center in San Pablo, for 48 years we feel a deep commitment to the health and well-being of our patients and community. That's why DMC registered nurses have joined with other medical professionals and West County residents to insist that DMC remain open as a full-service acute care hospital. Nothing less than the health and safety of tens of thousands of our neighbors is at stake. —Adrian Boyance-Reid and Carol De Young, Contra Costa Times, 09/08/14 More »

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Nurses and Union Activists Throughout California Celebrate Labor Day

Nurses and Union Activists Throughout California Celebrate Labor Day

Nurses joined union activists throughout California for Labor Day activities on Monday. —California Nurses Association, 09/02/14 More »

Legislative Alert: Please Call Monday!

This coming week critical votes may be taken in the California legislature and your voice and calls are needed to make sure the outcome benefits patients and the people who care for them, YOU, the Registered Nurses. We are asking you to make two calls to your representatives by this Monday, August 18th. Remember, their staffs are there to hear what you have to say and are used to getting calls from the people from their districts. Each call will take less than a minute! —California Nurses Association, 08/15/14 More »

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