NUHW CNA

St. Joseph Hospitals,
Sonoma County

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.

Organizers:

Larry Ligouri
(707) 484-4105
lligouri@nuhw.org

Dennis Dugan 
(541) 979-0395
ddugan@nuhw.org

Click here to download the 2016-2019 Santa Rosa Memorial contract
Click here to download the 2016–2019 Petaluma Valley contract

St. Joseph Hospitals, Sonoma County LATEST NEWS

Taking part in the resistance

POSTED ON April 12th, 2017

Throughout the state, scores of NUHW members are engaged in the resistance movement to defend working people, immigrants, and an equitable healthcare system. NUHW members’ commitment was on full display at many … keep reading >

Brius Healthcare under fire again

POSTED ON April 10th, 2017

California’s largest nursing home company, Brius Healthcare, continues to come under fire for its abysmal patient care record and unscrupulous profit-driven approach to healthcare.   As reported in the keep reading >

April 2017 – Around the union

POSTED ON April 10th, 2017

Read more below for the latest developments in the union, including grievance victories, settlements, and bargaining updates. Sterile processing techs at Napa’s Queen of the Valley organized their co-workers in other departments … keep reading >

Queen challenges union election for the third time

POSTED ON April 10th, 2017

In an unprecedented move, St. Joseph Health is seeking to overturn its workers’ vote to unionize at Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa for the third time. In November 2016, … keep reading >

Our sanctuary union provides a safe space for members

POSTED ON April 10th, 2017

Versions of this op-ed appeared in Labor Notes and the San Francisco Examiner. I had no money and spoke … keep reading >