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RN Response Network Deploys Nurse Volunteers to Florida to Help Provide Medical Assistance Post-Hurricane Michael

National Nurses United (NNU)’s Registered Nurse Response Network (RNRN), a national network of volunteer nurses, will deploy RN volunteers to Tallahassee, FL, in conjunction with International Medical Corps, to assist locals in providing medical assistance in the wake of Hurricane Michael.

RNRN - Registered Nurse Response Network
October 12, 2018

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Florida

Nurses calling for Medicare for all

Nurses’ Response to Trump’s Op-Ed on Medicare for All

Nurses have long campaigned for ending disgraces like this with an improved and expanded Medicare for all. We see the patients forced to make painful choices between the critical care they need or paying their housing or heating bills, even parents who’ve become homeless to pay for care for a sick child...

Deborah Burger, RN, Zenei Cortez, RN, and Jean Ross, RN
October 12, 2018
HCA Nurses and family members picket

Registered Nurses Reach Tentative Agreement Covering 7000 RNs at 17 HCA-Affiliated Hospitals in 5 States

Registered nurses at HCA-affiliated hospitals in Florida, Missouri, Kansas, Texas, and Nevada, have reached tentative agreements featuring a number of innovations that will benefit both patients an

National Nurses Organizing Committee
October 11, 2018
Safe Patient Care is A Right

San Leandro Hospital Nurses Speak Out on Unsafe Staffing, Patient Care Issues RNs to Hold Press Conference: Thursday, October 11, 4 p.m.

San Leandro Hospital Nurses will be holding a press conference on Thursday to highlight what nurses say are unsafe working conditions, unacceptable staffing levels, and an inadequate level of care for the community, the California Nurses Association announced today.

California Nurses Association
October 10, 2018
We Are Here For Our Patients

Nurses Plan Picket to Demand Continued Acute Care Hospital Services at O’Connor Hospital and St. Louise Regional Hospital Despite Verity Bankruptcy

Registered nurses plan to an informational picket and rally at O’Connor Hospital in San Jose, and St. Louise Regional Hospital in Gilroy, on Thursday Oct. 11 to demand that both hospitals continue to operate as full service acute care hospitals despite the bankruptcy sale of the owner, Verity Health Systems.

California Nurses Association
October 9, 2018