NUHW CNA

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

NUHW Kaiser Division Director

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

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Kaiser Healthcare Professionals LATEST NEWS

2016 year in review — contract victories and bargaining updates

POSTED ON December 21st, 2016

NUHW had a hugely successful bargaining year, winning 16 contracts covering 8,000 members. We are currently bargaining seven more contracts. Ratified Contracts Seton Medical Center and Seton Coastside: In November, Seton members … keep reading >

NUHW members campaign for union-endorsed issues and candidates

POSTED ON December 21st, 2016

With a busy primary season and historic November general election, NUHW members tirelessly worked the phones and hit the streets on behalf of our endorsed candidates and issues. More than 80 percent … keep reading >

KQED’s in-depth coverage of mental health care in California

POSTED ON December 21st, 2016

KQED Radio health reporter April Dembosky produced an excellent series of stories delving into the obstacles that confront patients seeking mental health care services in California. The keep reading >

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 >

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 >