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Nurses marching holding signs "Trust Nurses, Not AI" and "Patients Are Not Algorithms"

California Nurses Association demand patient safeguards against artificial intelligence technology

Hundreds of registered nurses and members of California Nurses Association will hold a protest at Kaiser Permanente's San Francisco Medical Center to highlight their patient safety concerns about artificial intelligence technology and the hospital industry’s rush to implement untested and unregulated AI.

California Nurses Association
April 18, 2024

Oroville nurses pose at action in front of Oroville Hospital

Nurses vote overwhelmingly to ratify new contract at Oroville Hospital

Registered nurses at Oroville Hospital in Oroville, California, voted overwhelmingly in favor of ratifying a new three-year contract, winning protections to improve staffing, patient safety, and RN staff retention.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
April 12, 2024

Three nurses inside hospital hold signs "Patients First"

Hazel Hawkins registered nurses call on management to focus on patient care instead of bankruptcy appeal

Registered nurses at Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital in Hollister, Calif. will hold a rally to call on management to focus on patient care and restore eliminated medical services and staffing, instead of directing taxpayer money toward an appeal following their failed bankruptcy case.

California Nurses Association
April 2, 2024

Nurses holding signs: "Honk for support" "Patients first in the hospital" and "Save your staff, not your budget"

San Bernardino nurses to hold informational picket for patient safety at Dignity Health Community Hospital

RNs at Dignity Health Community Hospital in San Bernardino, Calif., will hold an informational picket on Thursday, March 28, to protest the administration’s refusal to address their deep concerns about unsafe staffing.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
March 26, 2024

Nurse holds sign "HCA loves income over outcomes"

RNs rally to demand HCA maintain life-saving trauma, stroke, and heart attack services at Regional Medical Center

Registered nurses at HCA’s Regional Medical Center in San Jose, Calif., will hold a rally to demand that HCA maintain life-saving trauma, stroke, and heart attack services at the facility. HCA, the Nashville-based health care giant, announced earlier this year it intended to close the services in August.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
March 25, 2024

Two City of Hope medical staff holding signs "Staff up! For safe care. End Crisis Care Now"

City of Hope nurses to hold rally for patient safety and safe staffing

RNs at City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte, Calif., will hold a protest on March 27 to highlight their concerns about patient safety and chronic short staffing.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
March 25, 2024

John Muir Health nurses holding picket outside hospital

Concord nurses to hold informational picket for improved patient safety, a major factor in recruiting and retaining nurses

Registered nurses at John Muir Health, in Concord, Calif., will hold an informational picket to highlight their serious patient safety concerns, including staffing challenges and workplace violence issues.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
March 25, 2024

Nurses at Hazel Hawkins town hall

Registered nurses are deeply gratified after court dismisses Hazel Hawkins bankruptcy claim

RNs at Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital in Hollister, Calif. are deeply gratified that Judge Stephen Johnson, of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Northern California District of California, has agreed with the nurses represented by CNA and dismissed the San Benito County Health Care District’s assertion of bankruptcy.

California Nurses Association
March 21, 2024

Three nurses standing outside, one holds sign "CNA Ventura County health care proffessionals united for our patients"

Ventura County per diem registered nurses, health care professionals ratify five-year contract

Ventura County Health System’s per diem registered nurses and health care professionals voted overwhelmingly in favor of ratifying a five-year contract which includes strong measures to improve patient safety and staff retention, including historic improvements in standards for per diem nurses.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
March 19, 2024

Group of five nurses arm-in-arm in hospital hallway

San Francisco nurses join board of supervisors Monday to demand answers from UCSF about acquisitions

Registered nurses from San Francisco hospitals will hold a rally and then provide testimony at a San Francisco Board of Supervisors hearing to demand that UCSF Medical Center answer major questions about its plans for maintaining or cutting key services and access to care at two hospitals it has recently acquired.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
March 14, 2024