Category: ONA News

Cincinnati Nurses to Picket in Response to UC Medical Center’s Union Attacks

MEDIA ADVISORY Cincinnati Nurses to Picket in Response to UC Medical Center’s Union Attacks Nurses fed up with grievance delays, medical center’s dishonesty WHAT: The 1,700 nurses of the Registered Nurses Association of the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, a local of the Ohio Nurses Association, and public allies will hold an informational picket in …

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Ohio State Nurses Ratify Landmark Agreement with Wexner Medical Center Contract includes patient safety, nurse staffing protections and 18% wage increases

COLUMBUS – The nearly 4,000 nurses with The Ohio State University Nurses Organization, a bargaining unit of the Ohio Nurses Association, ratified a landmark contract with The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center on July 11, 2019. The three-year agreement includes language for safe nurse staffing – a turning point for enhanced patient safety at the …

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Cincinnati Nurses to Hold Solidarity Event in Response to Recent Union Attacks

MEDIA ADVISORY For Immediate Release June 28, 2019 Cincinnati Nurses to Hold Solidarity Event in Response to Recent Union Attacks Nurses, community members stand with union officers WHAT: The 1,700 nurses of the Registered Nurses Association of the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and public allies are holding a rally Friday evening demanding the Medical …

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RNA/ONA Statement on Charges Filed Against the University of Cincinnati Medical Center

“On June 24th, the Ohio Nurses Association filed five Unfair Labor Practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board against the University of Cincinnati Medical Center over the Medical Center’s violation of federal law.  The charges stem from the egregious and illegal firing of the Registered Nurses Association VP, Jennifer Donaldson, and discipline of RNA …

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Health industry in Ohio facing possible changes after former Mt. Carmel doctor charged

Health industry in Ohio facing possible changes after former Mt. Carmel doctor charged. BC6/FOX28 is looking at the potential impact this tragedy could have on the healthcare industry, as families grieve. Kelly Trautner, the Interim CEO of the Ohio Nurses Association, believes this situation will likely have a big impact on the healthcare industry. “I’m …

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