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 RECENT LEAFLETS

Kaiser Healthcare Professionals LATEST NEWS

NUHW VP John Borsos on MSNBC Discussing Workers Fighting Back at SVMH and Kaiser

POSTED ON May 20th, 2011

“Union workers at one hospital in California are showing everyone how to fight back.” Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy


TV coverage of Kaiser strike

POSTED ON May 18th, 2011

CBS-Los Angeles Video


Are we ready to fight?

POSTED ON May 18th, 2011

You got that right! NUHW Brothers and Sisters: Starting at 6am tomorrow, 2,500 Kaiser Permanente healthcare workers throughout Southern California will go on strike for 24 hours. Our strike will be the single largest work action by NUHW members since the founding of our union. We’re telling the world the truth about Kaiser Permanente. While […]


Rallying Support for Our Strike

POSTED ON May 16th, 2011

RN Sonia Pinedo and LCSW David Mallon visited City Hall today to talk to elected officials about Wednesday’s strike. Politicians, faith and community leaders are lining up to support our fight for safe staffing and a fair contract! Stay updated on this week’s strike at KaiserUnited.org.


Kaiser Caregivers Prepare to Strike

POSTED ON May 9th, 2011

  Click above to see the slideshow! Last week, Kaiser announced first quarter profits of $921 million, or nearly $10 million a day.  That’s a 30% increase over the same time period last year, bringing Kaiser’s profits up to $5 billion since 2009.  Yet management is still trying to cut workers’ retirement and healthcare benefits, […]