St. Joseph Hospitals,
Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital: 1165 Montgomery Drive, Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Petaluma Valley Hospital: 400 N. McDowell Blvd., Petaluma, CA 94954
Petaluma Valley Hospital is an acute care hospital in southern Sonoma County. Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital is an acute care hospital in Santa Rosa and serves as the trauma center for Sonoma County. Caregivers at Petaluma Valley voted to join NUHW in 2015. Santa Rosa Memorial caregivers voted to join in 2010.
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POSTED ON February 5th, 2014
NUHW is proud to introduce its new website, NUHW.org. It’s an appropriate time for an upgrade — we celebrated our fifth anniversary last week and we’ve entered a new era in our history. … keep reading >
POSTED ON October 15th, 2013
Last Saturday, October 12, 2013, two hundred NUHW-CNA rank-and-file and staff leaders gathered at the Hilton Garden Inn in Emeryville for our First Annual Leadership Conference, organized around the theme of “Standing Up for … keep reading >
POSTED ON September 2nd, 2013
We want to take this opportunity to extend our greetings to you on this Labor Day weekend. This is our 5th Labor Day since our members decided to take back their union … keep reading >
POSTED ON April 5th, 2012
April kicked off with a string of huge contract victories for healthcare workers in NUHW…and we’re stoked! At Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, after a nine-year struggle to organize a union and win … keep reading >
POSTED ON March 23rd, 2012
By Carl Finamore, Mar. 16, 2012
“With God on Our Side” is a very catchy book title. It also appears at first glance to be quite topical because mention of religion so dominates, and distorts many would add, political discussion in this country.
For that reason, curiosity may initially draw the reader’s eye. But the subtitle “The Struggle for Workers’ Rights in a Catholic Hospital” gives it all away. This is a book about organized labor and workers.
This is usually where most readers take flight. But that would be a mistake because it is so much more.
Books about labor post dreadfully low sales, true enough. Nonetheless, Adam Reich has written a very readable and colorful “story of worker leaders” at the largest and most prestigious hospital in the northern California town of Santa Rosa.
The story, however, carries political lessons far beyond the geography of this small-town power struggle. Reich has written a human-interest story about people and why some act so passionately to improve their lives.