Press Releases

Submitted by Administrator on September 25, 2017
JHH hospital

Nurses Respond to Hopkins $40 Million Pediatric Malpractice Settlements

Johns Hopkins Health System’s (JHHS) recent settlement with two more families whose children were paralyzed after heart surgeries at their Tampa Bay facility brings the current tally resulting from malpractice there to $40 million. More multimillion-dollar settlements for patients and families harmed by the hospital’s conduct are expected in the coming months.

National Nurses United
August 31, 2019
University of Chicago

Nurses at University of Chicago Medical Center Vote Overwhelmingly to Authorize a Strike

Registered nurses at the University of Chicago Medical Center voted by an overwhelming majority to authorize their nurse negotiators to call a one-day strike if the issues RNs have been raising in ongoing contract negotiations ...

National Nurses United /NNOC
August 30, 2019
Health care workers with signs

Health Care Workers at Shasta Regional Medical Center Win Key Gains in Patient Care with Historic First Contract

Health care workers at Shasta Regional Medical Center (SRMC) in Redding, Calif. have ratified their first collective bargaining contract with important key improvements in patient care protections, training benefits, and enhanced economic standards that will help in the recruitment ...

California Nurses Association / CHEU
August 30, 2019
Celebrating Nurse Victories

Labor Day - Celebrating Nurse Victories Across the Country

The Labor Day holiday has sadly become more about blow-out mattress sales and backyard barbecues than the original intent of recognizing the contributions of workers and labor unions in the United States.

National Nurses United
August 29, 2019
Japanese American Internmen

Recognition: Labor Meets Art in Explorations of Identity and Social Justice

The California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee is pleased to present “Recognition,” a group exhibition that explores the acknowledgment of a person’s existence, validity, identity, or legality within the context of gender, environmental, health care, and social equality—all issues to be discussed at the union’s 2019 Global Nurses Solidarity Assembly in September.

California Nurses Association / NNOC
August 20, 2019