1199SEIU Maryland/DC Division


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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 
Number of Delegates:
 203
Number of Facilities:
66

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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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Thumbnail image of nursing assistants at Baltimore’s Springwell Senior Living CommunityThanks to a newly ratified contract, the dedicated —formerly known as The Wesley Home—have a chance to better care for their own futures.

mddc_cleanup_feat.jpgThe morning after intense demonstrations and riots tore through Baltimore City—leaving behind shattered glass, torched cars and buildings, and a community reeling in shock—members and staff of 1199SEIU wearing purple shirts and work gloves convened at the union hall on North Eutaw Street to assist neighboring businesses victimized by the previous nights’ vandalism.

thomas_perez_feat.jpgHundreds of D.C. homecare workers and their supporters met March 18th in an exuberant town hall meeting, which included a keynote speech by U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez, who brought the crowd to its feet, urging the workers to organize and fight for a living wage, benefits and respect on the job.

tufdc_feat.jpgUnion members at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, DC have a unique opportunity to freshen up core competencies, learn new skills…and earn substantial pay raises of up to 5 percent!

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