California staffing ratios press releases

Submitted by ADonahue on July 31, 2022
Large group of nurses and community holding signs calling for safe staffing

Saint Joseph Hospital nurses to hold informational picket to protest unsafe staffing and missing pay

Saint Joseph nurses say Providence is violating California’s safe staffing law, which mandates safe RN-to-patient staffing ratios. Ongoing payroll errors have resulted in missing pay for hundreds of nurses.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
August 9, 2022

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Group on nurses inside hospital hold raised fists

Santa Monica nurses to hold an informational picket to demand safe patient care

Registered nurses at Providence Saint John’s Health Center will hold an informational picket to protest the administration’s refusal to address chronic short staffing, which jeopardizes patient safety.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
July 29, 2022

Group of nurses holding rally outside hospital

Los Angeles nurses to hold rally to demand patient safety and safe staffing

RNs at PIH Health-Good Samaritan Hospital will highlight their deep concerns about patient safety, including chronic short-staffing, declining patient care standards, and the ongoing intimidation of RNs and local community allies.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
June 22, 2022

Five nurses inside hospital

RNs at Seton prepare for two-day strike citing patient safety concerns

Nurses have been in contract negotiations with AHMC since December 2021. AHMC management is impeding any real progress by refusing to address the nurses’ concerns and by canceling scheduled meetings at the last minute.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
June 20, 2022

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Nurses holding signs: "Patients First in the hospital"

AHMC Seton Medical Center nurses to hold a one-day strike to demand safe patient staffing

AHMC Seton nurses say they intend to hold a one-day strike beginning the morning of Wednesday, March 30, to demand that hospital management adheres to California’s safe staffing law.

California Nurses Association
March 25, 2022

Group of four nurses inside hospital

City of Hope nurses to hold silent protest and press conference demanding patient safety improvements

Nurses will hold a socially distant silent protest and press conference to protest the hospital administration’s refusal to address RNs’ ongoing patient care and safe-staffing concerns.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
March 8, 2022

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Group of five nurses inside hospital wearing protective gowns

OC nurses to hold informational picket for patient safety at West Anaheim Medical Center

Nurses say that the hospital should cancel elective surgeries because those beds and nurses are needed for other emergent patients. RNs in all medical departments are short-staffed, putting patient safety in jeopardy.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
February 11, 2022

• CNA, • NNU

Nurses in front of Alhambra Hospital Medical Center sign hold signs calling for safe staffing and patient safety

Alhambra Hospital Medical Center nurses to hold informational picket for patient safety and safe staffing

Registered nurses at Alhambra Hospital Medical Center will hold a socially distanced informational picket to protest years of understaffing and ongoing patient safety concerns.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
December 20, 2021

• CNA, • NNU

Large group of Palomar nurses inside the hospital

Palomar Health nurses and caregivers hold virtual town hall urging focus on patients over profits

Registered nurses and caregivers will hold a virtual town hall on Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. to discuss how Northern San Diego County can save Palomar Health.

California Nurses Association/Caregivers and Healthcare Employees Union
November 8, 2021

• CNA, • CHEU

Five nurses in hospital wearing stickers that read "Safe Staffing Now"

Sutter Solano Nurses to Hold Candlelight Vigil to Demand Safe Working Environment for Patients and Staff

Nurses say chronic short staffing and a lack of resources has contributed to moral injury on the job while Sutter Health continues to turn a profit.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
October 5, 2021

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