NUHW CNA

Children’s Hospital Oakland

747 52nd Street, Oakland, CA 94609

Children’s Hospital and Research Center Oakland is an independent Level I pediatric trauma center and conducts research and treatment for a variety of children’s health issues. After three years of organizing, caregivers at Children’s Hospital joined NUHW in 2012.

Organizer:

Vanessa Coe
(510) 463-1348
vcoe@nuhw.org

Beverly Griffith
(510) 978-7454
bgriffith@nuhw.org


Children’s Hospital Oakland LATEST NEWS

News and views from NUHW: August 2014

POSTED ON August 8th, 2014

NUHW members keep the fight alive for Contra Costa County’s most vulnerable residents NUHW members joined with the California Nurses Association in a July 30 rally and march to save Doctors Medical … keep reading >

July newsletter: Union News & Views for Children’s Hospital Oakland

POSTED ON July 14th, 2014

Building the union at Children’s Hospital Now that we have ratified our contract and our new contract booklet is being distributed, it is time to focus on building the union at the … keep reading >

Sonoma County Supervisor Shirlee Zane’s letter to Kaiser officials

POSTED ON June 20th, 2014

Sonoma County Supervisor Shirlee Zane sent the following letter to Kaiser Permanente officials following the publication of three stories about Kaiser’s failures in mental health care in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat.  … keep reading >

NUHW calls on Justice Department to investigate Kaiser Permanente’s long wait times, paper wait lists, and falsified appointment records

POSTED ON June 12th, 2014

NUHW calls on Justice Department to investigate Kaiser Permanente’s long wait times, paper wait lists, and falsified appointment records Delays in care continue despite $4 million fine by state regulatory agency Lawsuits demonstrate link … keep reading >

Welcome to NUHW’s new website

POSTED ON February 5th, 2014

NUHW is proud to introduce its new website, NUHW.org. It’s an appropriate time for an upgrade — we celebrated our fifth anniversary last week and we’ve entered a new era in our history. … keep reading >