NUHW CNA

San Rafael Healthcare
and Wellness Center

1601 Fifth Avenue, San Rafael CA 94901

San Rafael Healthcare and Wellness Center is a Brius Healthcare-owned skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility in Marin County, California. San Rafael workers voted to join NUHW in 2013.

Organizer:

Vanessa Coe
(510) 463-1348
vcoe@nuhw.org

San Rafael Healthcare and Wellness Center LATEST NEWS

NUHW Pulse: September 2015

POSTED ON September 1st, 2015

Welcome to NUHW Pulse, our union’s new e-newsletter. It has been a busy time for NUHW — our members have been bargaining and ratifying contracts, holding strikes and informational pickets, and continuing … keep reading >

NUHW members have ratified nine contracts this year

POSTED ON August 31st, 2015

NUHW members have ratified nine contracts so far this year. Members at two Orange County hospitals, Kindred Brea and Kindred Westminster, ratified first contracts in July and August. These contracts included across-the-board … keep reading >

Caregivers hold second strike at San Francisco Nursing Center

POSTED ON August 21st, 2015

Fifty NUHW-represented caregivers at San Francisco Nursing Center went on strike for two days, Thursday and Friday, August 20 and 21, to protest drastic unilateral cuts made to their healthcare coverage by the … keep reading >

Caregivers at Brius-owned San Rafael Healthcare and Wellness protest poor conditions for patients, workers

POSTED ON August 21st, 2015

Sixty NUHW-represented caregivers at Marin County’s San Rafael Healthcare and Wellness Center went on strike for two days to protest the facility’s low standards of patient care and poor working conditions. (See … keep reading >

San Rafael Healthcare and Wellness Center workers to strike Thursday and Friday, August 20 and 21

POSTED ON August 19th, 2015

Caregivers protest poor and deteriorating patient care conditions, drastic cuts to healthcare coverage and other benefits, and wages that have stagnated for four years Facility’s owner, Brius Healthcare, California’s largest and operator … keep reading >