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Representative Joyce champions the nursing profession on Capitol Hill and back home

By Matthew Fitting, MPS; ANA Advocacy & Engagement Specialist Since he was first elected to Congress in 2012, Rep. David Joyce (14th district) has worked tirelessly to advance the interests of Ohio nurses. As co-chair of the Congressional Nursing Caucus, Rep. Joyce has emerged as nursing’s go-to supporter on Capitol Hill, serving as the original …

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Michelle Thoman – June’s Featured Member

Michelle Thoman resides in Cincinnati where she has worked at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center (UCMC) on the specialty surgery floor for 4 years. Michelle belongs to the Registered Nurses Association – the ONA nurses’ union at UCMC – where she serves on the negotiating team. The union is currently amidst contract negotiations with …

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State reps send support for Youngstown nurses

Ohio Representatives Boccieri, Lapore-Hagan and Holmes sent letters in support of members of the Youngstown General Duty Nurses Association (YGDNA) to the leaders of Northside Regional Medical Center and Steward Healthcare, the for-profit owner of Northside based in Boston. The representatives wrote to the healthcare leaders to share their concerns regarding both the ongoing contract …

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June’s Monday with the President

Once a month, ONA President Brian Burger goes LIVE with you – the members – on ONA’s Facebook.  Brian provides the latest ONA news and fields your member questions. Have a question you would like Brian to address? Email him at ONAPresident@ohnurses.org. Then join us live and take part in the discussion!

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August’s Featured Member – Diane Moyer

This month’s featured member, Diane Moyer, has lived in Worthington for nearly 30 years. She works at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center as the Associate Director of Health System Patient Education –  a role she has filled for 16 years. Diane graduated from The Altoona Hospital School of Nursing in Altoona, Pennsylvania in …

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