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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Mission Neighborhood Health Center RECENT LEAFLETS

Mission Neighborhood Health Center LATEST NEWS

Humboldt County St. Joseph workers win 30 percent wage increase over three years

POSTED ON April 13th, 2016

Members voted 98% to ratify contract that guarantees caregivers a voice in staffing, safety, and patient care standards, as well as no cuts in healthcare benefits and no premium increases NUHW members … keep reading >

St. Joseph healthcare workers testify to declining conditions at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, Petaluma Valley Hospital

POSTED ON February 16th, 2016

Caregivers will speak about understaffing, increased turnover, noncompetitive wages, and threatened cuts to health and retirement benefits at Feb. 20 North Bay Jobs with Justice Workers’ Rights Board hearing SANTA ROSA — … keep reading >

900 caregivers strike University of Southern California’s Keck Hospital

POSTED ON February 9th, 2016

NUHW-represented healthcare workers protest short staffing that undermines quality of patient care and low wages and poor benefits that force workers to rely on public assistance Keck nurses represented by California Nurses … keep reading >

900 caregivers to strike University of Southern California’s Keck Hospital Feb. 10

POSTED ON February 1st, 2016

NUHW-represented healthcare workers protest short staffing that undermines quality of patient care and low wages and poor benefits that force workers to rely on public assistance 1,200 USC nurses represented by CNA … keep reading >

100 more workers at Keck Hospital of USC authorize strike

POSTED ON January 20th, 2016

Nearly 900 Keck–USC workers protest poverty wages that qualify many for public assistance LOS ANGELES — In an overwhelming rejection of a contract providing poverty-level wages, inadequate sick leave, and budget-busting health … keep reading >