UNAC/UHCP registered nurses at Chino Valley Medical Center (a Prime Healthcare facility) ended the three-day ULP strike on November 1 in solidarity and strength!
Our supporters – including elected officials, other union members, and community allies – joined us on the picket line as we marched and chanted to show Prime Healthcare – the billion-dollar, for-profit employer – that we won’t stand for the organization’s policy of placing profits before patient care.
A special thank you to all of our friends and allies that came out to stand in solidarity with us:
- State Senator Connie Leyva
- Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez
- Pomona Mayor Tim Sandoval
- AFSCME International
- AFSCME District Council 36, Locals 3061 and 3634
- AFSCME Local 3299
- Alliance of Health Care Unions
- California Association of Psychiatric Technicians
- Chino Valley Democrats
- Iron Workers Locals 416 and 433
- LAFCO Local 3183
- Teamsters Locals 1932 and 1937
- UFCW Local 1428
- UNAC/UHCP President Emeritus Kathy Sackman
- UNAC/UHCP members from throughout Southern California
- Community member Angela Valderrama
The Chino Valley nurses returned to work the morning of November 1 and will continue their fight to win a strong first contract.
Thanks for supporting our Chino Valley RNs!