NUHW CNA

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:

Antonio Orea
(714) 262-6293
aorea@nuhw.org

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Providence Tarzana Medical Center RECENT LEAFLETS

Providence Tarzana Medical Center LATEST NEWS

Providence Tarzana picketers demand housekeepers get their jobs back

POSTED ON January 19th, 2017

More than 75 Providence Tarzana workers picketed the hospital Monday demanding that management bring back more than two dozen housekeepers with a combined 245 years of service. For years, the hospital had … 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 >

NUHW Pulse – December 2016: the latest news from NUHW

POSTED ON December 21st, 2016

Welcome to the December 2016 year-end edition of NUHW Pulse, our union’s e-newsletter! An extraordinary year for NUHW This short video highlights our organizing and contract victories from October 2015 to October 2016. … keep reading >

2016 year in review — contract victories and bargaining updates

POSTED ON December 21st, 2016

NUHW had a hugely successful bargaining year, winning 16 contracts covering 8,000 members. We are currently bargaining seven more contracts. Ratified Contracts Seton Medical Center and Seton Coastside: In November, Seton members … keep reading >

NUHW members campaign for union-endorsed issues and candidates

POSTED ON December 21st, 2016

With a busy primary season and historic November general election, NUHW members tirelessly worked the phones and hit the streets on behalf of our endorsed candidates and issues. More than 80 percent … keep reading >