1199SEIU Maryland/DC Region


Baltimore Office:
(443) 449-2099


Prince Georges County-DC Office:
(301) 341-0000


Contact 1199SEIU Maryland/DC Offices

The Maryland/DC Division was formed in 2005 out of the merger of the former SEIU Locals 1199E-DC and 1998 with 1199SEIU. The Division includes over 10,625 members who work in major academic medical centers and other hospitals and dozens of long-term care facilities in Baltimore, Washington, DC, and their suburbs.

Number of Members: 10,625 
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Maryland/DC Delegates

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


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md_dc_homecare_protest.jpgCare givers from across the country staged a 'sick in' outside the offices of Health Management Inc in Washington DC today to protest against wage theft by HMI and other agencies in the city.

Toy-Distribution-web-post-300x300.jpg1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East, Maryland/DC Division came together with community organizations to make the holidays special for Gilmor Elementary School students and their families. The Gilmor community, roiled by April's Uprising in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray, is one of Baltimore City's most under-resourced neighborhoods. 

eula3_feat.jpgEula Sheffey has been a homecare worker in Washington, D.C. for more than 30 years. She works for the Capital Care agency. During her entire career, Ms. Eula has never made more than her current wage, $13.80 an hour.

ff15_mddc_feat.jpgMore than 100 1199 members and supporters rallied at Baltimore's new Amazon fulfillment center, calling for higher wages and family sustaining jobs in Baltimore City. We challenged Baltimore City elected officials and employers to promote policies to create jobs that pay at least $15 per hour, jobs that pay a family sustaining wage and help low-income families move forward.

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