Johns Hopkins Hospital

Johns Hopkins Hospital Named to “2019 Dirty Dozen List of Employers Who Put Workers and Communities at Risk”

he National Council for Occupational Safety and Health has named Johns Hopkins Hospital to the “2019 Dirty Dozen List of Employers Who Put Workers and Communities at Risk.” The list is published each year to mark Workers’ Memorial Week, observed around the world, honoring those who have been injured, suffered illnesses or lost their lives at work.

National Nurses United
April 24, 2019
Nevada Nurses rally against workplace violence

Historic Nevada Workplace Violence Prevention Bill Passes Major Hurdle

Health care workers with National Nurses Organizing Committee-Nevada/National Nurses United (NNOC/NNU) and Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 1107 are excited to announce the state’

National Nurses Organizing Committee
April 24, 2019
National Medicare for All Campaign

National Medicare for All Campaign Expands Effective Grassroots Efforts

With us for this podcast is California Nurses Association/National Nurses United community organizer Max Cotterill. Last week nurses stood with Senator Bernie Sanders as he reintroduced his updated Medicare for All bill which now includes a long-term care component. With support for Medicare for All at an all-time high--now is the time to get involved.

Pattie Lockard, Nurse Talk Radio
April 23, 2019
nurses at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital ratify contract

Registered nurses at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital ratify new three-year contract

The California Nurses Association is pleased to announce that the tentative agreement reached between the union’s RN bargaining team and Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital has been overwhelmingly approved

California Nurses Association
April 19, 2019
RNRN volunteer Jessica Rose provides care to a child at an Arizona Border Shelter

Nurses volunteering medical services Easter weekend to migrants recently released from federal detention

Nurse volunteers with the Registered Nurse Response Network, a disaster-relief project of the California Nurses Foundation and National Nurses United, say they are providing medical care for unprecedented numbers of migrant families recently released from federal detention.

RN Response Network
April 19, 2019