Children’s Hospital Oakland

August 30th, 2021

New Children’s Hospital contract protects job, keeps care in Oakland

Workers at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland have ratified a one-year contract that provides job security for workers and helps protect healthcare services for East Bay kids. Since the hospital became an affiliate of UCSF in 2014, UCSF has moved jobs and services to its flagship campus in San Francisco’s Mission Bay, laying off workers […]

May 26th, 2020

NUHW members win raises and time to focus on health and safety concerns with new contracts

Over the past month, NUHW members at three hospitals settled one-year contracts, gaining wage increases and more time to focus on health and safety concerns during an unprecedented healthcare crisis. The contracts at Fountain Valley Regional Hospital and Medical Center, Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital and UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland include no takeaways and provide […]

November 30th, 2018

Solidarity helps save benefits for 21 Children’s Hospital workers

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland already didn’t have enough EVS workers on the job to keep the hospital clean when management announced a rebid that would only make the problem worse. Under the proposed rebid, not only would there be even fewer EVS workers working their shifts, but the reductions would have resulted in 21 […]

June 29th, 2018

Children’s hospital workers unanimously ratify contract that expands pensions

Professional workers at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland displayed tremendous unity in winning a great first contract that includes sizable raises and full defined-benefit pensions for everyone in the 250-member unit. When these workers organized last year, about half of them did not have pensions because the hospital had discontinued the pension plan for everyone […]

June 29th, 2018

NUHW calls for migrant families to be immediately reunited

NUHW’s Executive Board unanimously passed a resolution Thursday, June 28 condemning President Trump’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policies and calling on his administration to immediately return migrant children to their parents. The resolution followed a statement signed by seven NUHW Executive vice presidents, who are also mental health clinicians, warning that the administration’s “zero-tolerance” approach risked causing […]