July 14th, 2020

Nearly 800 workers at Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital to strike for five days starting July 20

UPDATE: We’ve received several letters of support from local politicians that Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital needs to treat its workers better. In retaliation, the highly-profitable hospital has declared it will reduce proposed wage increases in addition to cutting benefits and doubling the cost of employee healthcare For too long, Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital has been […]

July 1st, 2020

Press Release: Caregivers to address unsafe conditions as COVID-19 cases surge inside Orange County’s largest for-profit hospital

Media Advisory — Fountain Valley Lax infection-control protocols at Fountain Valley Regional Hospital have contributed to several workers recently testing positive for COVID-19 or being hospitalized FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. — Caregivers at Fountain Valley Regional Hospital will be available to talk to reporters Thursday morning about unsafe conditions at Tenet Healthcare’s Fountain Valley Regional Hospital. […]

April 21st, 2020

Covid-19 Healthcare Workers Bill of Rights outlines reforms to protect caregivers

California’s healthcare workers are meeting the challenge of caring for patients with COVID-19, but many of their employers are failing to keep workers safe during the pandemic. As of Monday, 3,584 healthcare workers had tested positive for the coronavirus — accounting for nearly 12 percent of all cases in California, according to the California Department […]

April 9th, 2020

Press release: Queen of the Valley workers ratify four-year contract that will boost salaries and preserve health benefits

Workers at Queen of the Valley Medical Center have nearly unanimously approved a first contract that will provide substantial raises and help the Napa hospital retain highly-qualified caregivers as the Bay Area continues to confront the COVID-19 pandemic. The contract will boost salaries between 14 and 24 percent over four years for approximately 460 employees, […]

April 2nd, 2020

Press Release: Caregivers applaud scheduled delivery of N-95 masks and other PPE to Seton Medical Center

Shipment of nearly 16,000 N-95 masks should last at least one month at the Bay Area hospital designated to care for COVID-19 patients The strong collaboration between caregivers at Seton Medical Center and local and state officials has helped avoid a dire shortfall of personal protective equipment at Seton Medical Center, the financially troubled Daly […]