Submitted by oldAdministrator on September 25, 2017

Nurses Join "Our First Stand: Save Health Care" National Day of Action Jan. 15th

Registered nurses will join actions in over 40 U.S. cities Jan. 15th to demand that the new administration and Congress protect and expand millions of Americans access to healthcare, not cut it.

National Nurses United

Nurses holding banner "Safe Staffing Saves Lives!"

A Nurses Week Retrospective on the Hard Work of NNU — Mighty, Mighty Nurses

On the final day of Nurses Week 2017, we're proud to look back at five major accomplishments by NNU nurses between Nurses Week 2016 and today.

National Nurses United

Nancy Altman President of Social Security Works, "Graham Cassidy would destroy Medicaid"

Nurse Talk Radio visits with Nancy Altman, President of Social Security Works about yet another disastrous healthcare replacement bill. The Graham Cassidy bill is worse than its predecessors and must be stopped.

Pattie Lockard, Nurse Talk Radio

RoseAnn DeMoro, Executive Director, National Nurses United

Robbed of our Health

RoseAnn Demoro, Executive DIrector, National Nurses United

RoseAnn DeMoro, Executive Director, National Nurses United

Our Union. Our Rights. Our Patients.

Union Power is On the Rise, From Missouri to West Virginia

We’re standing up to hold employers and elected officials accountable for protecting our right to work together.

Bonnie Castillo, Executive Director, National Nurses United

Medicare for All presser on Capitol steps

Fox Never Expected This—The Medicare for All Moment

It was an unexpected teaching moment for Fox News -- a lesson that all the fear mongering in your playbook doesn’t carry quite so far when you confront a mass movement for transformative change tha

Holly Miller writing for Common Dreams

Just Say No - no more cuts for workers

By Rose Ann DeMoro, Executive Director, National Nurses United, AFL-CIO. There should be two lasting lessons to emerge from the heroic labor-led protests in Wisconsin. First, working people--with our many allies, students, seniors, women's organizations, and more--are inspired and ready to fight. Second, we need to send a clear and unequivocal message to the right-wing politicians and those in the media suggesting further concessions from working people.

Huffington Post

Save the Date — September 1, 2011

RNs across the U.S. are calling on Wall Street to pay for the damage they caused on Main Street. Our communities need healthcare, jobs, education, housing.

Main Street Blog

Statement by Karen Higgins, RN, Co-President NNU

As a Registered Nurse for [32] years, I have seen the struggles of patients, particularly women, to access the care they need. Skyrocketing out of pocket costs, restrictions on network providers, and coverage limitations can keep my patients from receiving treatment in a timely fashion, ultimately compromising their health and costing all of us dearly.

NNU Blog

The Patient as Profit Center

Why would a company pay an estimated $10 million for access to a patient population? Not the brick and mortar of facility building, nor its machines, computers or other hardware? The answer: the billing opportunity. This is the business model of DaVita, Inc., a Colorado-based for-profit healthcare company that owns and operates more than 1,800 clinics across the U.S.—and some in foreign countries, too.

NNU Blog