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.


Ryan Olds
(503) 421-4538

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Mission Neighborhood Health Center LATEST NEWS

Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital and the National Union of Healthcare Workers Agree to Assemblymember Luis Alejo and State Mediator’s Request for 30-Day Cooling Off Period

POSTED ON October 14th, 2011

NUHW strike scheduled for October 18th withdrawn Salinas, California – SVMH and NUHW today (October 13, 2011) agreed to a request from the offices of Assemblymember Luis Alejo and the state mediator … keep reading >

Close to 700 USC University Hospital Workers On Strike Tomorrow for 24 Hours

POSTED ON October 11th, 2011

What: 24-hour strike by close to 700 caregivers at Keck Medical Center of USC (formerly USC University Hospital) When: Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 12th, beginning at 6am. Picket lines from 6am – 6pm. Strike for 24 … keep reading >

SVMH Management Tries to Force Illegal Gag Order on Caregivers

POSTED ON October 10th, 2011

Salinas, California – Last week, Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital management demanded that caregivers refrain from saying anything “negative” to reporters about the hospital as a non-negotiable condition of contract settlement. Dated October … keep reading >

Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital Workers to Engage in 24-hour Strike on October 18

POSTED ON October 9th, 2011

Salinas, California – Yesterday, the National Union of Healthcare Workers (NUHW) issued official notice to Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital (SVMH) management of the union’s plan to engage in a 24-hour strike by … keep reading >

Facing Government Scrutiny, Kaiser Backs Off Rate Increases

POSTED ON October 4th, 2011

Kaiser rolled back $30 million in increases after NUHW and the Courage Campaign requested DMHC examination of rate hike Emeryville, California – Kaiser Permanente recently announced that it will roll back $30 million in … keep reading >