Kindred Hospital Westminster

December 21st, 2018

NUHW wins award for work in Orange County

NUHW was honored this month by Orange County Communities Organized for Responsible Development. OCCORD is one of Orange County’s leading progressive organizations. Its members participated in our labor actions this year that resulted in big raises for workers at West Anaheim Medical Center, Kindred Brea and Westminster hospitals, Fountain Valley Regional Hospital and Los Alamitos […]


October 30th, 2018

NUHW members win contracts across California

Over the past month, NUHW members have ratified new contracts that will significantly improve wages at several healthcare facilities including Providence Tarzana Medical Center, Kindred Brea and The Sequoias Portola Valley. At Providence Tarzana, we won a four-year contract with raises ranging from 9.3 percent to 16.99 percent. The contract also includes our first wage […]


September 22nd, 2018

Workers picket Kindred Brea hospital demanding fair contract

Dozens of NUHW members picketed outside Kindred Brea Hospital September 13 to inform the public about chronic understaffing at the facility. During the picket, workers voted unanimously to authorize a one-day strike. No strike date has been set. A recent employee survey found that 80 percent of caregivers reported that their units are understaffed and […]


August 17th, 2018

Kindred San Diego workers win big raises

One day after voting to authorize a strike, caregivers at Kindred San Diego struck a deal for a contract that will increase wages between 9 and 24 percent over the next three years. The nearly unanimous strike authorization vote in July capped a powerful 10-month campaign to win a first-time contract for 140 caregivers that […]


June 29th, 2018

NUHW calls for migrant families to be immediately reunited

NUHW’s Executive Board unanimously passed a resolution Thursday, June 28 condemning President Trump’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policies and calling on his administration to immediately return migrant children to their parents. The resolution followed a statement signed by seven NUHW Executive vice presidents, who are also mental health clinicians, warning that the administration’s “zero-tolerance” approach risked causing […]