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Tentative Contract for 3,000 Tenet RNs Protects Health Coverage, Improves Retirement Security

Tentative Contract for 3,000 Tenet RNs Protects Health Coverage, Improves Retirement Security

Registered nurses at six Tenet Health hospitals from Northern to Southern California are voting this week on a new four-year agreement with the hospital system that protects health coverage and provides for pension and economic gains. More »

RNs to Hold Vigil at O’Connor Hospital - Today 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.

RNs to Hold Vigil at O’Connor Hospital - Today 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.

With growing concern over the threatened closure of hospitals in the San Jose and Los Angeles metro areas, registered nurses will hold a vigil Friday afternoon at O'Connor Hospital in San Jose to urge state officials to take the steps needed to preserve the hospitals for public safety. More »

San Bernardino Nurses Head to Board of Supervisors Next Week

San Bernardino Nurses Head to Board of Supervisors Next Week

Following a two day walkout at San Bernardino County’s Arrowhead Regional Medical Center and County clinics, registered nurses will call on the San Bernardino Board of Supervisors next Tuesday to press the Board to commit the resources needed to address the critical staffing retention issues at the County. —California Nurses Association, 12/10/14 More »

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Public hearings set for proposed Seton Medical Center sale

Public hearings set for proposed Seton Medical Center sale

Two local public hearings are scheduled next month to help California Attorney General Kamala Harris decide whether a six-hospital chain including facilities in Daly City and Moss Beach should be sold to a private corporation fiercely opposed by some unions and officials who fear it prioritizes profits over care. —Michelle Durand, Daily Journal, 12/17/14 More »

Dennis Taylor: CEO pay hinders SVMH in labor strife

Dennis Taylor: CEO pay hinders SVMH in labor strife

With nurses at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital having authorized a strike earlier this week, the rhetoric between labor and management is flying. But management's arguments, regardless of how powerful they might be, are overshadowed by the resentment created by the $622,000 annual salary of Chief Executive Pete Delgado. —Dennis L. Taylor, The Californian, 12/10/14 More »

Nurses’ strike is about preserving San Bernardino County patient care: Guest commentary

Nurses’ strike is about preserving San Bernardino County patient care: Guest commentary

We are registered nurses. Many nurses grew up in San Bernardino County, attended local nursing schools, and raised families here. We are your neighbors. We made the decision to dedicate our professional lives to providing quality care to our community in a public health setting. We wanted to work where they took in everyone who needed care — the county. —Toni Rodriguez and Becky Spradling, San Bernardino County Sun , 12/08/14 More »

Nurses strike is part of larger labor push

Nurses strike is part of larger labor push

A strike during the past two days by 18,000 nurses at Kaiser Permanente facilities in northern and central California, including three major Sacramento-area hospitals, was the latest salvo by a powerful union that says it is intent on improving the lot of nurses nationwide. —Hudson Sangree and Bill Lindelof, The Sacramento Bee, 11/13/14 More »

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Nurse Talk Recaps NNU Ebola Rally & National Day Of Action

Nurse Talk Recaps NNU Ebola Rally & National Day Of Action

Features highlights from Executive Director of NNU, Rose Ann DeMoro’s Rally Speech —National Nurses United, 11/19/14 More »

Nurses go on strike for proper gear, training to protect them against Ebola

Nurses go on strike for proper gear, training to protect them against Ebola

It doesn’t seem like nurses are asking for too much as fears escalate over the spread of Ebola. They’re concerned about safety — not just for themselves but for their patients and for the public. But hospital management hasn’t responded. Neither has Congress nor the president. —Diana Reese, The Washington Post, 11/10/14 More »

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