Press Releases

Submitted by Administrator on September 25, 2017
Save Our Hospital

Registered Nurses, Doctors, Hospital Workers, Social Justice Advocates, and Community Leaders Demand Ascension Saves Providence

Registered nurses, doctors, social justice advocates, hospital workers, and faith-based community members demand that Providence Hospital in D.C. remain open as a fully functioning hospital with acute-care services.

National Nurses Organizing Committee
September 13, 2018
Nurses picket

Registered Nurses at St. Joseph Hospital, Eureka and Redwood Memorial Hospital, Condemn Layoffs and Stand United with Co-workers

Registered nurses at St. Joseph Hospital, Eureka and Redwood Memorial Hospital are standing united with their co-workers today in the face of layoffs that jeopardize patient care and violate the workers bargaining agreement.

California Nurses Association
September 12, 2018
Safe Patient Care is a Right

Contra Costa County Nurses, Nurse Practitioners to Picket Thurs. Sept. 13, Citing Safe Patient Care Concerns

Contra Costa County registered nurses (RNs) and nurse practitioners (NPs) will be holding an informational picket, Thursday, Sept. 13 at Contra Costa County Medical Center to highlight con­cerns about patient safety, unsafe staffing and overall poor working conditions at Contra Costa County, the California Nurses Association announced today.

California Nurses Association
September 12, 2018
Nurses Are The Heart of Patient Care

Nurses Demand Answers at Dignity Health/Catholic Health Initiatives Merger Hearings

At a series of upcoming impact hearings held by the California State Attorney General’s office, registered nurses with the CNA/NNU will demand to know how the proposed merger between Dignity Health and Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) will impact patient health and safety, healthcare access, and maintenance of charity care standards.

California Nurses Association
September 12, 2018
Providence Nurses protesting the proposed hospital closing

Registered Nurses, Doctors, Hospital Workers, Social Justice Advocates, and Community Leaders Demand Ascension Saves Providence

Registered nurses, doctors, social justice advocates, hospital workers, and faith-based community members demand that Providence Hospital in D.C. remain open as a fully functioning hospital with acute-care services.

National Nurses Organizing Committee
September 11, 2018