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Family Members, Community to Speak Out Against Sutter Health’s Eviction of Vulnerable Patients

Family Members, Community to Speak Out Against Sutter Health’s Eviction of Vulnerable Patients

San Franciscans for Healthcare, Housing, Jobs & Justice will hold a press conference on Tuesday August 15 in front of San Francisco City Hall to protest Sutter Health's proposed closure of sub-acute care and skilled nursing units at California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) - St. Luke's Campus and the ongoing eviction of those patients. —California Nurses Association, 08/14/17 More »

Nurses Condemn White Supremacy, Racism in Charlottesville Violence

Nurses Condemn White Supremacy, Racism in Charlottesville Violence

National Nurses United today condemned the violence in Charlottesville, VA today sparked by a white supremacist rally in the town that resulted in the death of at least one person and multiple injuries. —National Nurses United, 08/12/17 More »

RNs, Caregivers Urge New Direction at Palomar Health

RNs, Caregivers Urge New Direction at Palomar Health

After a poll of 1,300 hospital employees, who by 97 percent expressed no confidence” in Chief Executive Officer Bob Hemker, Registered Nurses and caregivers at Palomar Health are calling on the Palomar Health Board of Directors for an immediate change in direction at the San Diego County health district. —California Nurses Association, 08/10/17 More »

National Nurses United Endorses Doug Applegate for Congress in Key California 2018 Contest

National Nurses United Endorses Doug Applegate for Congress in Key California 2018 Contest

National Nurses United, the nation's largest union of registered nurses, today endorsed Col. Doug Applegate for election to Congress to represent California’s 49th Congressional District. —National Nurses United, 08/10/17 More »

In Nearly Unanimous Vote Emanuel Medical Center RNs Choose CNA

In Nearly Unanimous Vote Emanuel Medical Center RNs Choose CNA

Registered Nurses at Emanuel Medical Center in Turlock, CA voted nearly unanimously Wednesday night to join California’s largest RN union and professional association, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United. —California Nurses Association, 08/10/17 More »

Millinocket Regional Hospital Nurses Vote Overwhelmingly to Authorize One-Day Strike

Millinocket Regional Hospital Nurses Vote Overwhelmingly to Authorize One-Day Strike

Registered nurses at Millinocket Regional Hospital (MRH) have voted by an overwhelming majority to authorize their nurse bargaining team to call a one-day strike, should hospital management continue refusing to address nurses’ ongoing patient safety concerns—including a variety of safe staffing issues—and attempting to silence nurses. —Maine State Nurses' Association, 08/09/17 More »

Nurses Challenge Rep. Blake Farenthold to Duel of Healthcare Facts Sunday, July 30

Nurses Challenge Rep. Blake Farenthold to Duel of Healthcare Facts Sunday, July 30

The registered nurses of Corpus Christi are challenging Texas 27th congressional district Rep. Blake Farenthold to step outside (of his office) and take part in a duel of healthcare facts this Sunday at 3 p.m., National Nurses United/National Nurses Organizing Committee (NNU/NNOC) announced today.
 —National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United - Texas, 07/28/17 More »

Millinocket Nurses Hold Rally Monday, July 31 to Highlight Patient Care, Nurse Retaliation Issues

Millinocket Nurses Hold Rally Monday, July 31 to Highlight Patient Care, Nurse Retaliation Issues

Registered nurses at Millinocket Regional Hospital (MRH) will hold an informational picket on Monday, July 31 to protest the hospital administration’s continued refusal to address ongoing patient safety concerns—including a variety of safe staffing issues—and their heavy-handed attempts to silence nurses. —Maine State Nurses Association, 07/28/17 More »

Community Briefing - July 27 San Jose: How Will SB 562 Benefit Seniors and People with Disabilities

Community Briefing - July 27 San Jose: How Will SB 562 Benefit Seniors and People with Disabilities

The campaign for the Healthy California Act and California Alliance for Retired Persons/CARA, is inviting area residents to a community briefing on Thursday, July 27, in San Jose, to learn about how the Healthy California Act, SB 562, would impact Medicare and Medicaid (Medi-Cal) recipients, including seniors and people with disabilities. —Healthy California, 07/26/17 More »

Nurses: Senate Bid to Repeal ACA Should Be Signal to Democrats to Push for Real Reform

Nurses: Senate Bid to Repeal ACA Should Be Signal to Democrats to Push for Real Reform

National Nurses United today said while it continues to oppose Senate Republican efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Democrats should acknowledge concerns about ACA shortcomings as a signal to push for real, transformative reform, an improved and expanded Medicare for all. —National Nurses United, 07/25/17 More »

Labor Board Sanctions Holy Cross Hospital for Multiple Violations of Nurses’ Rights

Labor Board Sanctions Holy Cross Hospital for Multiple Violations of Nurses’ Rights

In a sweeping decision issued Friday, the National Labor Relations Board has ordered Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, Md to “cease and desist” a broad range of attacks on the nurses’ rights to discuss and seek union representation. —National Nurses United, 07/24/17 More »

Creating the Future of Health Care with SB 562 Town Hall July 22 in Oakland

Creating the Future of Health Care with SB 562 Town Hall July 22 in Oakland

The campaign for the Healthy California Act is inviting area residents to a community town hall meeting on Saturday, July 22, in Oakland to learn about SB 562, a bill that would guarantee health care to all Californians by establishing a Medicare-for-all type system. —California Nurses Association, 07/21/17 More »

Millinocket Regional Hospital Nurses Hold Rally to Highlight Patient Care, Nurse Retaliation Issues

Millinocket Regional Hospital Nurses Hold Rally to Highlight Patient Care, Nurse Retaliation Issues

Registered nurses at Millinocket Regional Hospital (MRH) will hold an informational picket on Monday, July 31 to protest the hospital administration’s continued refusal to address ongoing patient safety concerns—including a variety of safe staffing issues—and their heavy-handed attempts to silence nurses. —Maine State Nurses Association, 07/21/17 More »

High Desert Health Care for All Town Hall on SB 562 Planned July 20 in Apple Valley

High Desert Health Care for All Town Hall on SB 562 Planned July 20 in Apple Valley

The campaign for the Healthy California Act is inviting area residents to a community town hall meeting in Apple Valley to learn about SB 562. —California Nurses Association, 07/19/17 More »

RNs to Join DC Actions Wednesday to Press Senate, Stop Bid to Kill ACA, Pass Real Reform

RNs to Join DC Actions Wednesday to Press Senate, Stop Bid to Kill ACA, Pass Real Reform

National Nurses United members from across the U.S. join actions with other activists Wednesday to press Senate members to halt, once and for all, efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, and instead guarantee healthcare for every American by enacting Medicare for all. —National Nurses United, 07/18/17 More »

Munroe Regional Medical Center Fires RNs for Refusing Assignments They Deemed Unsafe for Patients

Munroe Regional Medical Center Fires RNs for Refusing Assignments They Deemed Unsafe for Patients

The National Nurses Organizing Committee (NNOC) has called on Munroe Regional Medical Center (MRMC) in Ocala, Fla., to reinstate registered nurses who were recently terminated after they objected to working in conditions they deemed unsafe for patients and possibly unlawful. —National Nurses United/National Nurses Organizing Committee, 07/14/17 More »

‘People’s Health Committee’ Convenes July 11 to Show Calif. Dems How to Guarantee Healthcare

‘People’s Health Committee’ Convenes July 11 to Show Calif. Dems How to Guarantee Healthcare

With Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon continuing to prevent California’s single-payer healthcare bill, S.B. 562, from moving forward in the state Assembly, the Healthy California campaign—350 organizations representing more than six million Californians—will convene Tuesday, July 11 for a “People’s Health Committee”. —California Nurses Association, 07/10/17 More »

Town Hall Planned July 8 in Lakewood on Single Payer Bill SB 562 - The Healthy California Act

Town Hall Planned July 8 in Lakewood on Single Payer Bill SB 562 - The Healthy California Act

The campaign for the Healthy California Act is inviting area residents to a community town hall meeting in Lakewood, Calif. on Saturday, July 8, to learn about SB 562, a bill introduced in the California Senate in February that would guarantee health care to all California residents by establishing a Medicare-for-all type system in the state. —California Nurses Association, 07/07/17 More »

Sacramento Action Planned Monday, July 3 Demanding Assembly Speaker Rendon Stop Denying Democracy

Sacramento Action Planned Monday, July 3 Demanding Assembly Speaker Rendon Stop Denying Democracy

Building on last week’s spirited action where more than 500 California residents converged on the state capitol, calling on Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon to let California’s single payer healthcare bill, SB 562, move forward in the state Assembly—the campaign for the Healthy California Act will hold a follow up action in Sacramento on Monday, July 3. —California Nurses Association, 06/30/17 More »

Sacramento Action Planned Today Demanding  Assembly Speaker Rendon Stop Delay & Pass SB 562

Sacramento Action Planned Today Demanding Assembly Speaker Rendon Stop Delay & Pass SB 562

The campaign for the Healthy California Act, a coalition comprised of 350 organizations representing over six million Californians, will hold an action in Sacramento on Wednesday, June 28, calling on Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon to let SB 562 move forward in the California Assembly. —California Nurses Association, 06/28/17 More »

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