NUHW CNA

Mission Neighborhood
Health Center

240 Shotwell St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Mission Neighborhood Health Center provides services for the medically underserved in San Francisco. Caregivers at the nonprofit clinic voted to join NUHW in 2012.

Organizer:

Ryan Olds
(503) 421-4538
rolds@nuhw.org

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NUHW Pulse – February 2017: the latest news from NUHW

POSTED ON February 7th, 2017

Welcome to the February 2017 edition of NUHW Pulse, our union’s e-newsletter! NUHW keeps growing with big win in Oakland 250 UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland professionals, more … keep reading >

NUHW keeps growing with big win in Oakland

POSTED ON January 26th, 2017

About 250 pharmacists, social workers, physical therapists and other professional workers at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland voted overwhelmingly Wednesday, January 24, to join the National Union of Healthcare Workers. These new … keep reading >

Tarzana workers picket against mass layoff

POSTED ON January 12th, 2017

TARZANA, CALIF. — Workers are picketing Providence Tarzana Medical Center on Monday to protest the hospital’s effective termination of roughly half its housekeeping staff, many of whom had been vocal union supporters. The hospital … keep reading >

Trump’s choice of Tom Price for Health and Human Services is disastrous

POSTED ON November 29th, 2016

Sal Rosselli, president of the National Union of Healthcare Workers, issued the following statement Tuesday after president-elect Donald Trump announced Rep. Tom Price, R-Georgia, a staunch opponent of Obamacare and a founding … keep reading >

419 Napa caregivers vote to join National Union of Healthcare Workers

POSTED ON November 17th, 2016

Healthcare workers at St. Joseph Health System’s Queen of the Valley Hospital join 1,300 NUHW-represented caregivers at four other Northern California St. Joseph hospitals NAPA — Four hundred and nineteen previously unrepresented … keep reading >