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St. Francis News
Posted on October 23, 2017
While the repeal efforts aimed at the Affordable Care Act are over for now, efforts to destabilize the landmark health care law are ongoing. We need to stay focused on the attacks on health care that threaten access to care.
Posted on October 20, 2017
On October 19, our RN bargaining team put forward our initial compensation proposal intended to address ongoing retention issues and recognize RNs’ skills, experience, and dedication.
Posted on October 18, 2017
On October 18, a delegation of nurses from St. Francis Registered Nurses Association (SFRNA) delivered an open letter from our Contract Action Team (CAT) to top administrators and to the Verity legal team.
Posted on October 11, 2017
Our Union is completely and categorically opposed to management’s latest proposal!
Posted on October 10, 2017
California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed SB 17 into law. Senate Bill 17 requires drug makers to explain price hikes. UNAC/UHCP strongly supported the landmark drug pricing transparency bill as it made its way through the California legislative process.
Posted on October 4, 2017
Our SFRNA RN bargaining team met with management on October 4 and reached four tentative agreements (TAs).
Posted on October 1, 2017
Join us in celebrating our members whose professions are recognized during the month. Click on the links below to find out more. National Midwifery Week: October 1-7, 2017 American Pharmacist Month: October 2017 Physical Therapy Month: October 2017 Physician Assistant Week: October 6-12, 2017 National Case Management Week: October 8-14, 2017
Posted on September 30, 2017
The scholarship program for children of full dues-paying AFSCME members, including UNAC/UHCP members, will award 10 scholarships of $2,000.
Posted on September 28, 2017
On September 27, our SFRNA bargaining team and management reached a tentative agreement on strong new protections against reductions in force.
Posted on September 26, 2017
UNAC/UHCP opposed the Graham-Cassidy bill because it would have resulted in a loss of health care access for tens of millions of Americans. Patients and those who care for them deserve better. We hope that leaders in the Senate can now get back to finding ways to stabilize the Affordable Care Act.