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.


Ben Snyder
(425) 275-8061

Edan Dhanraj
(610) 360-0726

Haley Showell
(609) 816-9212

NUHW Kaiser Division Director

Greg Tegenkamp
(415) 640-0648

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Kaiser Healthcare Professionals LATEST NEWS

Nurses at Kaiser Sunset to Lead Candlelight Vigil for a Fair Contract Tonight

POSTED ON May 4th, 2011

Registered Nurses at Kaiser Los Angeles Medical Center will participate in a candlelight vigil tonight to urge Kaiser Permanente to bargain in good faith toward a fair contract that  minimizes risks to … keep reading >

In the News: Kaiser must restore raises, training for health care workers

POSTED ON January 18th, 2011

From American Medical News: A judge and the NLRB order the California-based plan to bargain in good faith with the … keep reading >

Kaiser Caregivers in Southern California Receive Their Raises

POSTED ON January 17th, 2011

Over the last few days, 2,300 Kaiser workers in Southern California who voted to join NUHW have been receiving paychecks reflecting the 2% raises promised them under their prior contract. “We voted … keep reading >

Kaiser Agrees to Stop Breaking the Law, Restores NUHW Members’ Raises and Benefits

POSTED ON January 6th, 2011

After being ordered by two judges to comply with the law, Kaiser Permanente has agreed to restore illegally withheld raises and benefits to 2,300 NUHW members in Southern California. Yesterday, Kaiser Regional … keep reading >

Federal Judge orders Kaiser to grant “unlawfully withheld” raises and benefits to NUHW members

POSTED ON December 17th, 2010

Judge Gary Allen Feess of the United States District Court, Central District of California, has issued an injunction against Kaiser Permanente for illegally withholding scheduled wage increases and benefits from 2,300 Southern … keep reading >