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Submitted by Administrator on September 25, 2017
South Coast Global RNs

Registered nurses at three KPC Health hospitals in Orange County ratify new three-year labor contract

Registered nurses at KPC Health’s three Orange County facilities, Anaheim Global, Chapman Global, and South Coast Global hospitals, have ratified a new three-year contract which includes new infectious disease and workplace violence protections.

California Nurses Association
June 4, 2021

Enloe RN's hold picket for a fair contract

California Nurses Association Nurses at Enloe Medical Center Ratify New Labor Contract

Registered nurses at Enloe Medical Center in Chico, Calif. on May 27 overwhelmingly ratified a new three-year labor contract that nurses say will provide important patients care improvements, as well as gains in long term benefits to help with retention of nurses.

California Nurses Association
June 3, 2021

National Nurses United logo

Nurses Urge Tennessee Attorney General to Reject HCA Bid to Acquire NorthCrest Health

National Nurses United Wednesday called on Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery III to reject HCA Healthcare’s acquisition of NorthCrest Health in Springfield, Tenn., citing the potential adverse impact on patient care services and care costs for area residents.

National Nurses United
June 3, 2021

Nurse holds sign "15 months later, 403 nurses dead"

Nurses applaud Labor Caucus and 100+ Congress members for urging Biden to immediately issue Covid emergency temporary standard

National Nurses United today applauded the co-chairs of the Congressional Labor Caucus for leading more than 100 members of Congress in a letter to President Joe Biden urging him to immediately issue the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s emergency temporary standard (ETS) to protect frontline workers from Covid-19.

National Nurses United
June 2, 2021

Good Samaritan RNs hold signs calling for safe staffing

HCA’s Good Samaritan RNs Set Public Action Tuesday, June 1 Over Ongoing Safe Staffing Concerns

Registered nurses at HCA’s Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose will hold an action Tuesday, June 1 to alert the public about the hospital’s ongoing failure to address inadequate staffing, especially in the intensive care unit, which they say puts patients at risk.

California Nurses Association
May 31, 2021