Press Releases

Submitted by Administrator on September 25, 2017
Nurses outside St. Mary Apple Valley hospital holding signs calling for nurse and patient safety

St. Mary Apple Valley nurses protest new hospital policy that jeopardizes safety of patients, coworkers, and community by pressuring nurses to work sick

Nurses will hold a picket to protest a new punitive attendance policy that will jeopardize the safety of their patients, coworkers, and community.

California Nurses Association
November 9, 2021


Tell Kaiser >> Don't leave patients home all alone!

Kaiser nurses condemn new “Home All Alone” patient-dumping scheme designed to maximize profits by sacrificing safe patient care

Kaiser registered nurses will hold informational pickets on Wednesday, Nov. 10 to warn the public against Kaiser’s unsafe, new “Home All Alone” patient-dumping scheme that sends patients in need of hospitalization back home.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
November 8, 2021


Large group of Palomar nurses inside the hospital

Palomar Health nurses and caregivers hold virtual town hall urging focus on patients over profits

Registered nurses and caregivers will hold a virtual town hall on Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. to discuss how Northern San Diego County can save Palomar Health.

California Nurses Association/Caregivers and Healthcare Employees Union
November 8, 2021


Older woman sits on side of bed with head down

National Nurses United condemns industry plans to maximize profit by sending patients home all alone, replacing 24/7 hands-on nursing care with technology

Kaiser’s program example of massive industry drive to eliminate hospitals and nurses, endangering patients by depriving them of real nursing care.

California Nurses Association/National Nurses United
November 4, 2021

• CNA, • NNU

Masked nurse outside holds signs "Protect Nurses, Patients, Public Health"

Nurses urge that OSHA adopts permanent Covid-19 and infectious disease protections for health care workers

NNU today urged the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to adopt a permanent OSHA standard on Covid-19 in health care workplaces, building on the emergency temporary standard adopted last June.

National Nurses United
November 3, 2021