Boston, MA (October 12, 2017) – Tyrék D. Lee, Sr., Executive Vice President of 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East, issued the following statement in response to President Donald Trump’s executive order today:
Boston, MA (October 12, 2017) – Responding to the press conference about criminal justice reform hosted today by Senate President Stan Rosenberg and Senator William Brownsberger, Tyrék D. Lee, Sr., Executive Vice President of 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East, issued the following statement:
1199SEIU, GNYHA, and the Afya Foundation Work Together To Collect and Distribute Supplies In Hurricane Ravaged Puerto Rico
With the Afya Foundation, 1199SEIU Secretary-Treasurer, Maria Castaneda arrived in Puerto Rico last week to help deliver medical supplies provided by the Greater New York Hospital Association (GNYHA).
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New York State Department of Health Pre-deployment Briefing for Healthcare Relief Workers
“While we understand the significant cost of complying with the recent court rulings overturning decades of New York State policy on 24-hour homecare cases,...
Our coalition of New York State consumers, health care and human service workers, and providers and insurers wrote to you several times during Congress’ Affordable Care Act (ACA) repeal debate.
1199SEIU Healthcare Workers Will Picket Three Regional Nursing Homes Owned By The Grand Healthcare System
Background: More than seven hundred 1199SEIU members are employed at 5 upstate New York nursing homes owned by The Grand Healthcare System; those listed above and, also in Central New York’s village of Chittenango and town of Rome.
When @1199SEIU members heard that a plane of medical supplies to help the injured in Puerto Rico was leaving this morning, they were quick to step up and help get those supplies to those who needed them.
More than 100 are expected at the rally, including neighborhood and community activists, elected officials, clergy, members of several labor unions, leaders and allies. Rally participants will be urging the hospital to pay their fair share in the community and to sign a Fair & Free Elections Code of Conduct.