When We Stand Up for Patient Safety, Patients Win September 15, 2017 On September 15, UNAC/UHCP delivered petitions with thousands of signatures from UNAC/UHCP RNs and other health care professionals, calling on Kaiser Permanente to respect scope of practice and maintain patient safety in telemetry. This comes in response to Kaiser’s plan to eliminate telemetry units throughout the Southern California region. Read more
Help the Hurricane Irma Recovery September 17, 2017 As you know, Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc on the people of Florida and its neighboring states — bringing destruction and flooding, leaving millions without power. Our AFSCME sisters and brothers need our help. Read more
Watch the Transforming Dialysis Video July 26, 2017 “I’m not just a person to make money for them. I want to be taken care of,” says Maddy, a longtime dialysis patient in the short video “Transforming Dialysis,” featuring dialysis PCTs, RNs and a patient. Watch the video, then visit TransformDialysis.org to learn more.
SFRNA in the Community September 20, 2017 St. Francis nurses support local Lynwood schools, join the fight against human trafficking, and are honored by Senator Ricardo Lara for their hard work as union nurses. Read more
UNAC/UHCP Members Reach Out to Homeless in Los Angeles September 17, 2017 On September 17, UNAC/UHCP members from KSRNA, KDRNA, KSBHPA, UTSC, and their families came together to distribute care packages and water to homeless members of our community in the neighborhoods surrounding Kaiser Los Angeles Medical Center (LAMC). Read more
SAVE THE DATE: Interregional Symposium – Day 1 of 3 Kaiser Permanente Midwives and Wound Ostomy Nurses INTERREGIONAL SYMPOSIUM – DAY 1 DATE November 2, 2017 REGISTRATION TIME 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm WORKSHOPS 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm LOCATION Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa 45000 Indian Wells Lane Indian Wells, CA 92210 For more information contact Tamara Yildiz, UNAC/UHCP Staff Representative at Tamara.Yildiz@unacuhcp.org […] Read more
Kaiser Steward Training Local: South Bay Stewards are health care professionals, trained to understand the contract and the rights of his or her colleagues. The steward is trained to successfully organize collective actions, to enforce the contract, and to represent and counsel health care professionals facing discipline.