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United to Protect our Profession and Our Patients

 

A union gives RNs the legal right to advocate as a collective for contracts that ensure safe working conditions, protect nurses’ rights, and improved wages and benefits so that we can focus on what we do best: caring for our patients.

National Nurses United (comprising affiliates National Nurses Organizing Committee, California Nurses Association, and Minnesota Nurses Association) is the largest union of RNs in the U.S., winning strong contracts, and proudly protecting the profession and our patients.

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Registered nurses at HCA’s Mission Hospital in Asheville, NC

Largest hospital union victory in South since 1975

In the first private sector hospital union election win in North Carolina, the largest at any nonunion hospital in the South since 1975 – RNs at Mission voted this week by a stunning 70 percent to join the nation’s largest RN union to secure a powerful voice for improved care and workplace safety. For labor as a whole, it is also believed to be the largest union election win in the South in 12 years.

National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United
September 17, 2020
Mission Hospital RNs

Union Election Set for Mission, NC RNs

The date has been set. Mail ballots will be sent to registered nurses at HCA’s Mission Hospital in Asheville, NC on August 18 to determine if they want to form a union.

National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United
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Nurses Vote to Unionize at Research Psychiatric Center in Kansas City

Today, registered nurses at Research Psychiatric Center (RPC) in Kansas City voted to join National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United (NNOC/NNU).

National Nurses Organizing Committee
January 31, 2020