National Union of Healthcare Workers

Seton Medical Center and Seton Coastside

Seton Medical Center: 1900 Sullivan Ave, Daly City, CA 94015

Seton Coastside: 600 Marine Blvd, Moss Beach, CA 94038

Members at Daly City’s Seton Medical Center and Moss Beach’s Seton Coastside officially joined NUHW in 2015. Formerly part of the Daughters of Charity Health System, the two facilities are now operated by Verity Health System and New York hedge fund BlueMountain Capital Management.


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Seton Medical Center and Seton Coastside LATEST NEWS

Nearly 2,000 workers joined NUHW in the past year

POSTED ON December 21st, 2016

In 2016, we organized more than 1,800 workers in five facilities throughout California, winning nine elections in new and residual organizing campaigns.   St. Joseph – Queen of the Valley Medical Center: … keep reading >

Seton workers win fight against hedge fund, secure strong three-year contract

POSTED ON November 16th, 2016

NUHW members at Seton Medical Center and Seton Coastside voted by ninety-eight percent on November 9 and November 10 to ratify a three-year contract that provides strong worker protections, economic improvements, and … keep reading >

Town hall: Seton caregivers voice concerns over hedge fund’s takeover

POSTED ON November 4th, 2016

NUHW co-sponsored an October 15 town hall meeting during which the community discussed the state of health care at Seton Medical Center (Daly City) and Seton Coastside (Moss Beach) since the charity … keep reading >

An extraordinary year for NUHW

POSTED ON October 11th, 2016

It’s been an extraordinary year for NUHW. Between October 2015 and October 2016, we settled twenty-three contracts — including nine first-time contracts — covering 8,600 members. We won 11 elections and added 1,500 new members … keep reading >

NUHW, local pols hold town hall on the state of care at Seton Medical Center

POSTED ON October 11th, 2016

 Public invited to share concerns and ideas with San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim, Assemblymember Phil Ting, and Daly City Vice Mayor David Canepa   SAN FRANCISCO/DALY CITY — The Daly City and … keep reading >