National Union of Healthcare Workers

Kaiser Healthcare
Professionals (HPC)

NUHW’s Kaiser Healthcare Professionals Chapter consists of registered dietitians, audiologists, speech pathologists, and health educators at Kaiser facilities throughout Southern California. The Healthcare Professionals Chapter voted to join NUHW in 2010.

Organizers

Ben Snyder
(425) 275-8061
bsnyder@nuhw.org

Edan Dhanraj
(610) 360-0726
edhanraj@nuhw.org

Haley Showell
(609) 816-9212
hshowell@nuhw.org

NUHW Kaiser Division Director

Greg Tegenkamp
(415) 640-0648
gtegenkamp@nuhw.org

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Kaiser Healthcare Professionals LATEST NEWS

In memory: Jason Campbell

POSTED ON August 7th, 2011

We are very sorry to share with you that Jason Campbell passed away yesterday in Nigeria where he was working with the Solidarity Center of the AFL-CIO. We do not have details … keep reading >


Kaiser pays up

POSTED ON June 17th, 2011

Dear Brothers and Sisters: Last week, Southern California Kaiser NUHW members began to receive checks totaling over $2 million in back pay plus interest covering raises that Kaiser Permanente withheld from us … keep reading >


NUHW Releases Transcripts of NLRB Hearings on Collusion between Kaiser Permanente and SEIU in 2010 Election

POSTED ON June 13th, 2011

Last week, NUHW released the full transcripts of 23 days of recently concluded hearings ordered by the NLRB to investigate alleged violations committed by SEIU and Kaiser Permanente during last year’s election … keep reading >


New video from last week’s Kaiser strike

POSTED ON May 26th, 2011

Dear Brothers and Sisters: Last week, 2,500 Kaiser workers all over Southern California went on strike to protect patient care and to reject Kaiser management’s attempts to cut our benefits. We want … keep reading >


Historic NUHW Strike by 2,500 Kaiser Workers

POSTED ON May 21st, 2011

Dear Brothers and Sisters: This Wednesday, 2,500 NUHW members in Southern California engaged in a major one-day strike against Kaiser Permanente. Nearly 2,000 of us were on the picket line at Kaiser … keep reading >