CNA Press Releases

Submitted by ADonahue on November 16, 2021
Three nurses inside hospital hold signs "Patients First"

San Mateo County nurses ratify new contract with improvements for patient safety and nurse retention

In a vote conducted April 7, 2022, nurses voted 94 percent in favor of the new agreement.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
April 8, 2022

• CNA

Group of nurses outside Sutter hospital with raised fists, holding signs "Patients First" and "Fair Contract Now"

Nurses and health care workers at 15 Sutter facilities to hold one-day strike for safe staffing and health and safety protections

Sutter Health RNs and health care workers have been in negotiations since June 2021 for a new contract, with little to no movement on key issues.

California Nurses Association/Caregivers and Healthcare Employees Union
April 8, 2022

• CNA, • CHEU

California Nurses Association with logo

Mee Memorial Hospital RNs in King City ratify four-year contract with wins for patients, nurses

The new collective bargaining agreement was ratified with 100 percent of RNs’ support and includes victories for patients and nurses at the King City, Calif., facility.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
March 31, 2022

• CNA

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

Nurses in hospital room holding "Save lives" signs

Tri-City nurses ratify contract that improves patient safety

The newly approved collective bargaining agreement includes major wins on issues of safe staffing, workplace violence, and infection control.

California Nurses Association
March 23, 2022

• CNA

Group of four nurses inside hospital hold signs "Safe Staffing Now", "Save Lives"

Nurses at 15 Sutter Health facilities to hold informational pickets due to health and safety concerns

Nurses at 15 Sutter Health hospitals across Northern California will hold informational pickets to protest Sutter’s refusal to address RNs’ proposals about staffing, workplace violence, and pandemic readiness.

California Nurses Association/ National Nurses United
March 11, 2022

• CNA

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

• CNA

Verdugo Hills nurses picketing outside hospital

Verdugo Hills registered nurses ratify new three-year contract with patient safety wins

RNs at Verdugo Hills Hospital in Glendale, Calif., have overwhelmingly approved a new three-year contract with the University of Southern California (USC).

California Nurses Association
March 4, 2022

Group of Alvarado Hosptial nurses inside the hospital

Alvarado Hospital nurses in San Diego to hold informational picket to demand safe patient staffing and safe working conditions

Nurses will hold an informational picket to protest the hospital administration’s refusal to address RNs’ ongoing patient safety concerns and to demand safe patient staffing.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
February 28, 2022

• CNA

Four nurses holding signs in hospital hallway: "Patients First in the hospital" and "Save lives, safe staffng now"

USC Verdugo Hills nurses to hold informational picket and car caravan to demand safe patient staffing

RNs at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital in Glendale, Calif. will hold an info picket and car caravan on Wed. Feb. 23 to protest the hospital administration’s refusal to address RNs’ ongoing patient safety concerns and to demand safe patient staffing.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
February 22, 2022

• CNA/NNU