Sutter Health provides more than just hospital care. But its home care, hospice care and psychiatric services are under-resourced and under-staffed.
We've seen our patients not get the care they need, so we formed a union to fight back.
Since 2021, more than 400 Sutter Care at Home workers throughout Northern California and 150 workers at the Sutter Center for Psychiatry in Sacramento have joined the National Union of Healthcare Workers.
Sutter tried to stop us from unionizing. Now it's refusing to bargain in good faith. But we won't give up until we win contracts that treat us fairly and ensure we can meet the needs of the people we serve.