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:

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

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(We are currently bargaining a new contract)

Children’s Hospital Oakland LATEST NEWS

Providence Tarzana workers picket against layoffs of SEIU-represented housekeepers

POSTED ON February 2nd, 2017

More than 75 Providence Tarzana Medical Center workers picketed the hospital January 16 demanding that management bring back more than two dozen SEIU-represented housekeepers with a combined 245 years of service. For … keep reading >

NUHW members gather for statewide meetings

POSTED ON February 2nd, 2017

With a steady stream of executive orders signed in his tumultuous first week on the job, President Donald Trump has upended the lives of millions of immigrants and their familIes and cast … keep reading >

NUHW keeps growing with big win in Oakland

POSTED ON January 26th, 2017

About 250 pharmacists, social workers, physical therapists and other professional workers at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland voted overwhelmingly Wednesday, January 24, to join the National Union of Healthcare Workers. These new … keep reading >

NUHW Pulse – December 2016: the latest news from NUHW

POSTED ON December 21st, 2016

Welcome to the December 2016 year-end edition of NUHW Pulse, our union’s e-newsletter! An extraordinary year for NUHW This short video highlights our organizing and contract victories from October 2015 to October 2016. … keep reading >

Seton and Salinas: How member unity won strong contracts in 2016

POSTED ON December 21st, 2016

NUHW members at Seton Medical Center and Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital waged two very different campaigns this year with two very different employers, but the results were the same: strong contracts that … keep reading >