Providence Tarzana
Medical Center

18321 Clark Street, Tarzana, CA 91356

Providence Tarzana Medical Center, owned by Providence Health and Services, is an acute care hospital providing care to the medically underserved in Tarzana in California’s San Fernando Valley. Providence Tarzana workers voted to join NUHW in 2010.

Organizer:

Carolyn Gomez
(626) 261-3569
cgomez@nuhw.org

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We ratified our NUHW contract at Providence Tarzana by a margin of 98%

POSTED ON December 29th, 2011

Dear Brothers and Sisters, I want to pass on some very good news.  We ratified our NUHW contract at Providence Tarzana Medical Center by a margin of 98%. This holiday season, we will celebrate with our families knowing that, united in NUHW, we’ve won yearly 2% raises for three years beginning next month, maintained our ban on subcontracting […]


We bargained a three-year contract at Providence Tarzana

POSTED ON December 15th, 2011

I’m proud to report that 554 NUHW members at Providence Tarzana have bargained a three-year contract with our employer and will vote to ratify it next week. Our contract will give us annual 2% across-the-board raises beginning in January for all three years of the contract, for an overall wage increase for all full and […]


We picketed Providence Tarzana

POSTED ON November 11th, 2011

At NUHW, members control our union. And when members make decisions about what happens at our own bargaining tables, we say “no way” to employers who ask us for takeaways. Last Tuesday, after Providence Health Services proposed a wage freeze for hundreds of workers, weakened protections against subcontracting and increased health insurance costs to employees, […]


Nearly 600 hospital workers at Providence Tarzana join NUHW

POSTED ON July 26th, 2010

In a landslide election result, nearly 600 workers at Providence Tarzana Medical Center won their election to join NUHW by a vote of 282 (NUHW) to 69 (SEIU). “We’re thrilled to have won this election and put our union back under members’ control,” said Julie Sidrow-Thompson, a monitor tech at the hospital. “For a year […]