Providence Tarzana Medical Center

April 16th, 2019

Queen Workers Showing Pride – “Yas, Queen!”

More than 2,500 NUHW members at six Providence St. Joseph Health hospitals across California sent a clear message to their employer that they are committed to fighting for their patients and each other. Wearing buttons that read, “We beat as one! We care for all!” the caregivers stood united recently in support of compatriots at […]


March 1st, 2019

Providence Tarzana workers fight back against subcontracting

Less than a year after settling a new contract, Providence Tarzana workers are pressuring management to stop violating a provision that prohibits subcontracting out work to outside contractors. First, they filed a formal grievance demanding that management stop subcontracting out Biomed Department work to the firm enBio. Then, a delegation of workers met with the […]


January 28th, 2019

Providence St. Joseph workers launch united campaign

Dozens of NUHW members from Providence St. Joseph hospitals across California – along with allies from several nursing unions – launched a coordinated campaign on January 19 to launch to win better contracts and build worker power inside the nation’s third largest hospital system. NUHW members at six Providence St. Joseph hospitals from LA County […]


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January 4th, 2019

LA Teacher Support Petition

We stand with teachers! As healthcare workers, we know that caring for our patients sometimes means protecting them by fighting back against corporate greed. Now teachers in Los Angeles are fighting for smaller class sizes and to protect public education. As NUHW members, we support their fight! Many of us were inspired by the example […]


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 […]