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

A recap of the NUHW’s 2016 Leadership Conference

POSTED ON December 21st, 2016

Nearly 300 stewards from throughout California gathered in Oakland in October for NUHW’s fourth annual Leadership Conference. We reviewed our progress over the past year, including winning 23 contracts 11 union elections, … keep reading >

NUHW ousts Corizon from Alameda County jails, wins contract with CFMG

POSTED ON December 21st, 2016

NUHW-represented caregivers at Santa Rita Jail and Glenn Dyer Detention Facility ousted the nation’s largest for-profit correctional healthcare provider, Corizon Health, from Alameda County in its bid to continue providing healthcare services … keep reading >

Nearly 2,000 workers joined NUHW in the past year

POSTED ON December 21st, 2016

In 2016, we organized more than 1,800 workers in five facilities throughout California, winning nine elections in new and residual organizing campaigns.   St. Joseph – Queen of the Valley Medical Center: … keep reading >

An extraordinary year for NUHW

POSTED ON October 11th, 2016

It’s been an extraordinary year for NUHW. Between October 2015 and October 2016, we settled twenty-three contracts — including nine first-time contracts — covering 8,600 members. We won 11 elections and added 1,500 new members … keep reading >

Election victories: More than 1000 workers join NUHW

POSTED ON August 18th, 2016

More than one thousand previously unrepresented workers voted to join NUHW in the last several months. Kindred Hospital Bay Area In May, more than 100 registered nurses and professional and service workers … keep reading >