1199SEIU Florida

Miramar Office
2881 Corporate Way
Miramar, FL 33025
305.623.3000
888.313.4448 (Toll Free)

Tampa Office
500 N. Westshore Blvd, Suite 900
W: 813.898.1940
F: 813.898.1941

Contact 1199SEIU Florida Offices

In just 10 years, we've grown from a handful of facilities to a statewide movement of healthcare workers fighting for quality care for our patients and residents, fair working conditions and improved pay and benefits. We represent more than 22,229 nurses, professional employees, certified nurses aides, service and technical employees, and other hospital and nursing home employees who work in some of the largest for-profit and academic healthcare facilities in the state.

Workers Represented: 24,194
Number of Delegates: 482
Number of Facilities: 87

 

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Florida Delegates


Everyday, 1199SEIU members are continuing to build on our historic growth in Florida by uniting and organizing healthcare and home care workers across the state.

 

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Since June of this year, some of our member leaders have taken time off work to dedicate their time to the elections as Member Political Organizers. Verna Pearson, a nurse from Tampa and 1199 member, is one of them. Some of you may have seen her at your shop, reminding her union brothers and sisters to get out and vote.

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Every weekend, 1199 caregivers in Florida are joining teams of warriors to get our members and other members of the community out to vote. Why? Because we can elect the first woman president in our history!

1199SEIU Florida members at eight Airamed nursing homes banded together early and showed management they meant business. The bargaining committee was able to secure the raises for all employees, including raising the minimums for certified nursing assistants and cooks, as well as for dietary, housekeeping and other. The increases will take place over the next two years.

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Residents and caregivers from University Village Nursing Center came together along with the support of elected officials, like State Representative Ed Narain and Tampa Councilwoman Lisa Montelione, to address the Tampa community and the Agency on Health Care Administration as to why University Village’s doors should stay open. From Tampa to Tallhassee, we made our voices heard and protected our residents.

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