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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Three Kaiser contracts ratified, one more to go

POSTED ON December 21st, 2015

After a five-year struggle, members in three of NUHW’s four Kaiser units have ratified contracts and negotiations to settle the fourth are underway. NUHW’s Integrated Behavioral Health Services unit of Northern California … keep reading >

New Organizing: Novato Healthcare Center, Petaluma Valley Hospital, Alta Bates Summit

POSTED ON December 18th, 2015

Workers at Novato Healthcare Center vote to join NUHW One hundred and sixty workers at Novato Healthcare Center, Marin County’s largest nursing home, voted in October to join NUHW. Among the issues … keep reading >

NUHW participates in Berlin labor conference

POSTED ON December 18th, 2015

By NUHW Organizer Marilyn Albert, RN It is a tribute to NUHW’s history and principles that we were invited, for a second time, to join German health workers in a conference in … keep reading >

NUHW members at Alameda County jails win $350,000 settlement over missed meal periods

POSTED ON December 18th, 2015

In October, healthcare workers at Alameda County’s jails — Santa Rita Jail in Dublin and the Glenn E. Dyer Detention Facility in Oakland — overwhelmingly ratified a settlement that stewards negotiated with … keep reading >

A message from the NUHW Retirees Committee

POSTED ON December 18th, 2015

By Melinda Ginne In the fall of 2015 a group of NUHW retirees came together to form a retirees group. We are a voluntary email listserv that is maintained and moderated by … keep reading >