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Kindred Hospitals of Orange County

Kindred Hospital Westminster: 200 Hospital Circle, Westminster, CA  92683
Kindred Hospital Brea: 875 N Brea Blvd, Brea, CA 92821

Kindred Hospital Westminster and Kindred Hospital Brea are acute care hospitals for patients in Orange County, Calif. Kindred Westminster workers voted to join NUHW in 2013, Kindred Brea workers in 2014.

Organizer:

Omari Averette
(626) 429-2158
oaverette@nuhw.org

Kindred Hospital Brea: Click here to download your contract.
Kindred Hospital Westminster: Click here to download your contract.

Kindred Hospitals of Orange County LATEST NEWS

Los Angeles Times story: “His 83-year-old wife jumped to her death from a Kaiser clinic — why?”

POSTED ON October 7th, 2015

The Los Angeles Times published a story in September about the tragic suicide of Barbara Ragan, the Santa Rosa woman who committed suicide by jumping, Kaiser card in hand, from a … keep reading >

Two upcoming union elections in Northern California

POSTED ON October 7th, 2015

Novato Healthcare Center election next week Workers at Brius-owned Novato Healthcare Center, a Marin County nursing home, will have an opportunity to join NUHW next week. Novato workers began organizing for an … keep reading >

Around the union: News and views from throughout NUHW

POSTED ON October 7th, 2015

Red Day at Hazel Hawkins Members at Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital in Hollister showed their colors Friday, October 2, wearing red and sporting NUHW buttons, lanyards, and stickers (photo above). It was … keep reading >

Video: Eloise Reese-Burns, profile of an NUHW leader

POSTED ON October 7th, 2015

Eloise Reese-Burns has been a leader in NUHW from the beginning in 2009, and well before that in SEIU–UHW and Local 250. She led her co-workers at three North American nursing homes … keep reading >

Contract updates: VNA Santa Cruz contract settled, Kaiser breaks the law with Optical contract

POSTED ON October 7th, 2015

After nearly two years of negotiations and a final marathon bargaining session that went well into the night, the social workers and occupational, physical, and speech therapists of Visiting Nurses Association of … keep reading >