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Read: Hackensack Meridian Health: Profits Before Safe Care?
New Jersey’s largest hospital corporation brings in billions in profits while receiving millions in government subsidies during a global pandemic.
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Labor peace? Jersey Shore hospital nurses ratify contract with pay hikes, more staff
Nurses at Jersey Shore University Medical Center ratified a three-year contract that is expected to increase wages, keep veteran nurses on board and enhance security at the hospital, union officials said Sunday.
N.J. hospital, union nurses reach agreement on new contact
Unionized nurses at Jersey Shore University Medical Center have agreed to a new contract with Hackensack Meridian Health, which owns the Neptune facility.
HPAE Local 5058 RNs Overwhelmingly Ratify Contract
Jersey Shore University Medical Center unionized Registered Nurses ... have now ratified renewal of the agreement that improves wages and working conditions for three more years.
Jersey Shore union survey finds nurses lack trust in Hackensack Meridian management (News 12 broadcast)
A Jersey Shore union survey shows that nurses at Hackensack Meridian Jersey Shore University Medical Center lack trust in their management.
Nurses at this N.J. hospital say they wouldn’t feel safe being treated at their own facility
More than half the union nurses at a New Jersey hospital wouldn’t feel safe being treated at their own facility. An overwhelming majority said the hospital is not a good place to work.
Jersey Shore RNs, in union survey, say they lack trust in Hackensack Meridian management
Jersey Shore University Medical Center unionized RNs discussing working conditions, staffing levels and patient safety in the survey, reported feeling management did not support their efforts and that they do not feel respected or protected in the workplace.
The exodus: COVID traumatized a generation of N.J. nurses. Many are in crisis and leaving the field.
Nurses across New Jersey were walloped when the pandemic arrived, swept up in a vortex of death and trauma and grief. Witnessing death is part of the job.
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- Hackensack Meridian Health: Profits Before Safe Care?
- White Paper I Notes and Sources
- 2021 HMH Audited Financial Statement
- 2020 HMH Audited Financial Statement
- 2019 HMH Audited Financial Statement
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