Press Releases

Submitted by Administrator on September 25, 2017
John Hopkins Hospital

Action at City Hall Today Calling on Mayor Young to Guarantee Baltimore’s Major Non-profits Pay Their Fair Share

The Coalition for a Human Hopkins will deliver a letter to Mayor Young in front of City Hall today calling on him to renegotiate the 2016 “Non-profit Assessment Agreement,” the city made with 15 of Baltimore’s major non-profit hospitals, colleges and universities including Johns Hopkins Hospital...

National Nurses United
October 21, 2019
NNOC nurses

Saint Louis Hospital Nurses Demand SSM Health Put Patient Care Over Profits

Registered nurses from Saint Louis University Hospital (SLUH) will call on SSM Health to address the erosion of patient care at the hospital due to chronic short staffing, workplace violence, and high turnover, outside the SSM Health Foundation Gala tonight, National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United (NNOC/NNU) announced today.

National Nurses Organizing Committee
October 19, 2019
Long Beach Nurses

Registered Nurses Applaud Long Beach City Council’s Vote Allowing Community Hospital Long Beach to Reopen

Registered nurses at Community Hospital Long Beach (CHLB) applaud the Long Beach City Council’s vote to approve a long-term lease agreement, which paves the way for the reopening of the hospital, announced California Nurses Association today.

California Nurses Association
October 16, 2019
High Drug Prices

Nurses Urge Changes to H.R. 3 to Protect Patients from High Drug Prices

National Nurses United (NNU) sent a letter today to members of the U.S. House of Representatives, urging them to make substantial changes to H.R. 3, the Lower Drug Costs Now Act, before it is brought to a floor vote.

National Nurses United
October 16, 2019

Know Your Rights

Coalition for a Humane Hopkins Launches “Know Your Rights” Effort to Inform Patients of Eligibility for Financial Assistance

This week the Coalition for a Human Hopkins launched a grassroots initiative to inform patients if they are eligible for reduced cost or free health care at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

National Nurses United
October 16, 2019