National Union of Healthcare Workers

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:

Alex Early
(617) 816-4260
aearly@nuhw.org

San Rafael Healthcare and Wellness Center LATEST NEWS

Pawns in SEIU’s Game

POSTED ON July 1st, 2015

By Cal Winslow (Originally published by CounterPunch, BeyondChron, and ZNet.) California’s healthcare unions are being reorganized. Again! The Service Employees International Union (SEIU), still the country’s second biggest union … keep reading >


Healthcare workers call on Attorney General, state regulators to issue injunction to block California Hospital Association’s whistleblower gag clause

POSTED ON June 18th, 2015

Healthcare workers call on Attorney General, state regulators to issue injunction to block California Hospital Association’s whistleblower gag clause Secret agreement with state’s largest healthcare labor union bars caregivers from reporting patient-care … keep reading >


NUHW Executive Board sworn in

POSTED ON April 2nd, 2015

NUHW’s new Executive Board was sworn in March 14 following union-wide elections held in January. The Executive Board is the governing body of the union and is empowered to take all lawful … keep reading >


California labor’s civil wars continue

POSTED ON February 2nd, 2015

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: California Labor’s Civil Wars Continue By CAL WINSLOW CounterPunch, Jan. 30, 2015 http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/01/30/california-labors-civil-wars-continue/   In the first big strike of the year, 3,500 California … keep reading >


Notice of local union nominations and election of officers

POSTED ON December 17th, 2014

The NUHW Constitution calls for election of officers every three years between January and March. The election will be conducted by mail ballot as outline in the documented linked below. Click … keep reading >