Salinas Valley
Memorial Hospital

450 E Romie Lane, Salinas, CA 93901

Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital is an acute care facility operated by a public district hospital in Monterey County, California. Salinas caregivers voted to join NUHW in 2010.


Grant Hill
(831) 521-8493

Click here to download the 2012-2015 contract
(A new contract has been ratified by members and is currently being prepared)


Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital LATEST NEWS

Caregivers protest Salinas Valley Memorial’s demand for cuts despite huge profits

POSTED ON April 18th, 2016

More than 150 NUHW members at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital (SVMH), along with CNA RNs and their families, held a vigil on February 25 to demand a fair contract after NUHW members … keep reading >

NUHW members raise $1000 for Darrell Steinberg campaign for mayor of Sacramento

POSTED ON March 3rd, 2016

NUHW members raised more than $1000 for Darrell Steinberg’s campaign for mayor of Sacramento at an event held February 20. Steinberg, the former President pro Tem of the state Senate, is one … keep reading >

Salinas caregivers hold vigil to protest staffing levels, low wages, benefit cuts

POSTED ON March 1st, 2016

On Thursday, February 25, NUHW members at Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital, with the support of their RN coworkers, Assemblyman Luis Alejo, Monterey County Supervisor Fernando Armenta, held a  vigil to protest the … keep reading >

NUHW Pulse – December 2015: The latest news from NUHW

POSTED ON December 21st, 2015

Welcome to the December 2015 edition of NUHW Pulse, our union’s e-newsletter. Three Kaiser contracts settled, one more to go NUHW’s Northern and Southern California mental health clinicians ratified contracts, … keep reading >

Contracts ratified at Kindred Bay Area, Sutter Health’s California Pacific Medical Center

POSTED ON December 21st, 2015

With strong support from the community, plus great turnout at informational pickets, NUHW members at Sutter Health’s flagship hospital, San Francisco’s California Pacific Medical Center, fought Sutter’s takeaways for two years, staving … keep reading >