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Registered nurses at the troubled Unity Center for Behavioral Health in Northeast Portland have won their bid for a unionization vote.
Nurses at Mid-Columbia Medical Center in The Dalles appear to have resolved their labor dispute with management.
They've reached an agreement on a new three-year contract, the Oregon Nurses Association announced. Its members will vote on the deal next week.
MEDFORD, Ore. – Nurses at Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center, represented by the Oregon Nurses Association (ONA), successfully reached a tentative agreement on a new 3-year contract with hospital administrators on July 28.
(TUALATIN, Ore.) - The Oregon Nurses Association’s (ONA’s) Executive Director Martin Taylor issued the following statement on the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office’s scoring of the U.S. Senate’s health care repeal bill.
(SEASIDE, Ore.) – Nurses at Providence Seaside Hospital voted unanimously to approve a new 2-year contract with the hospital which could reduce expensive ambulance trips for patients and puts more experienced nurses in charge of patients’ care, the Oregon Nurses Association (ONA) announced today.
FLORENCE, Ore. – On April 20, registered nurses at PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center overwhelmingly voted to authorize an informational picket following an unsuccessful contract mediation session with PeaceHealth’s corporate administrators earlier this month.
The Oregon Nurses Association is supporting legislation to lift the sunset on a 2013 payment parity law that requires health insurers to pay primary care providers, including doctors, nurse practitioners and physician assistants the same rate for the services rendered irrespective of the license
PORTLAND, Ore. – Nurses at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center voted to approve a new, two-year contract with the hospital that will increase the time nurses spend with patients and decrease time spent on paperwork.