Large group of nurses giving thumbs up and holding signs "Standing for Our Patients"

Carondelet St. Mary’s Nurses in hospital

Carondelet St. Mary’s Nurses to Hold Press Conference Advocating for Safe Patient Care in Their Hospital, Community

Registered nurses from Tenet-owned Carondelet St. Mary’s in Tucson will hold a press conference on Wednesday, July 14 to speak out on unsafe staffing in their facility.

National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United
July 12, 2021


Carondelet St. Mary’s inside hospital

Carondelet St. Mary’s and St. Joseph’s nurses to hold car procession to urge hospitals to provide optimal staffing

NNOC/NNU-represented registered nurses will hold a car procession honk-a-thon on Tuesday, Jan. 12 at 8:15 a.m., to urge their hospitals to provide optimal staffing and alert the community of the current public health crisis in Arizona.

National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United
January 11, 2021

St. Mary's nurses rally for safe patient care

Arizona Registered Nurses Ratify First-ever RN Union Contract in the State

In a historic move, registered nurses at St. Mary’s Hospital and St. Joseph’s Hospital in Tucson, Ariz. voted overwhelmingly to approve their first contract with the National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United.

National Nurses Organizing Committee
July 16, 2020

St. Joseph’s Hospital Nurses

Nurses to Hold First RN Strike Ever Held in Arizona on Sept. 20 at Tenet-Affiliated St. Joseph’s and St. Mary’s Hospitals in Tucson

Registered nurses at Tenet-affiliated, St. Joseph’s, and St. Mary’s Hospitals in Tucson, will hold one-day strikes Sept. 20. These are the first strike actions ever held by registered nurses in the state of Arizona.

National Nurses Organizing Committee
September 17, 2019

RNRN volunteer Jessica Rose provides care to a child

Nurses Redouble Commitment to Provide Critical Medical Aid to Migrants and Asylum Seekers as Details Emerge of Inhumane and Brutal Conditions in Federal Detention

As further details emerge about the deplorable conditions children separated from their families and loved ones at the border are facing in federal detention, registered nurses with the Registered Nurse Response Network are returning to a Tucson, Ariz. shelter to provide critical medical aid for asylum seekers.

National Nurses United
July 3, 2019

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