NUHW CNA

Kaiser Integrated Behavioral
Health Services (IBHS)

The Integrated Behavioral Health Services Chapter of NUHW includes psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, licensed marriage and family therapists, chemical dependency counselors, and other mental health professionals at Kaiser hospitals and clinics throughout Northern California. IBHS voted to join NUHW in 2010.

Organizers:

Beja Alisheva
(415) 938-8344
balisheva@nuhw.org

Peter Brogan
(916) 695-9651
pbrogan@nuhw.org

Pysay Phinith
(510) 604-6200
pphinith@nuhw.org

NUHW Kaiser Division Director:

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

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Kaiser Integrated Behavioral Health Services LATEST NEWS

Why 17,000 RNs are joining NUHW’s statewide strike against Kaiser

POSTED ON August 25th, 2011

Brothers and Sisters in NUHW: Next month, 17,000 Northern California RNs who are members of the California Nurses Association will join 4,000 NUHW members in a statewide strike against Kaiser. We’re standing … keep reading >

A Message from CNA Nurses to Kaiser: Stop the Lies

POSTED ON August 21st, 2011

The California Nurses Association is circulating this leaflet at Kaiser facilities, letting CNA nurses know that their contract fully protects their right to engage in a sympathy strike with NUHW members. Kaiser … keep reading >

What Do Kaiser and Verizon Have in Common?

POSTED ON August 20th, 2011

Kaiser Roseville’s Lisa Engles wrote a blog post for MichaelMoore.com explaining that Verizon “ isn’t the only huge, brand name corporation that’s trying … keep reading >

Funeral Service for Jason Campbell

POSTED ON August 19th, 2011

Funeral Service: Saturday, August 20th at 11 AM with visitation 1 hour prior at Discover Church (Brooklyn Park Lutheran Church), 1400 81st Avenue North, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota 55444 Internment to follow at Mound Cemetery A … keep reading >

Enough is enough!

POSTED ON August 17th, 2011

Brothers and Sisters: You’d think that after announcing profits of over $1.5 billion for just the first half of this year, Kaiser Permanente wouldn’t have the nerve to ask for millions of … keep reading >