Nurses at two Pennsylvania medical facilities owned by Ontario, Calif.-based Prime Healthcare have actually reached contracts with management, averting a joint strike that was set to begin Oct. 16, according to the union that represents them..
” We are delighted to reach a three-year arrangement with PASNAP. Lower Bucks Hospital and Suburban Community Hospital have a long custom of supplying quality medical and nursing care to the clients of our community,” she stated. “This new contract will enable us to continue this custom.”
They consist of the capability to make sure a minimum level of nursing care for each patient, as well as a health care strategy that will lead to decreased premiums for most union members at both medical facilities, the Pennsylvania Association of Staff Nurses and Allied Professionals, which represents the nurses, stated in a press release. Lower Bucks nurses will likewise get 11 percent in raises over their three-year agreement, in addition to step increases, and the majority of nurses at Suburban will see increases of more than 8 percent over the life of their contract..
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” We are happy to reach a three-year agreement with PASNAP. “This new contract will enable us to continue this tradition.”
The contracts cover nurses at Lower Bucks Hospital in Bristol, Pa., and Suburban Community Hospital in East Norriton, Pa..
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Union President Maureen May, Registered Nurse, applauded the agreements, saying, “In the favorable resolution of these contract battles, the needs of our front-line employees have actually been appreciated and their client neighborhoods are more safeguarded. We are delighted.”.
Hospital spokesperson Michelle Aliprantis echoed Ms. May in a declaration pointed out by levittownnow.com.
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