A second COVID-19 surge is now upon us here in New Jersey. It feels as if we are on a railroad track watching a speeding train hurtling toward us, knowing it will eventually hit us. Cases are trending up so
After one of the most extraordinary elections in American history, HPAE sends out congratulations to the large slate of candidates that the union endorsed who are the declared victors in national, state and local races in this election cycle.
In the battle against the COVID-19 resurgence, quality care and safe working conditions in every health care facility should be a priority
Healthcare workers across NJ have responded to the call, providing patient care throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, now essential workers providing support medical services to foster children are facing layoffs.
HPAE will post all relevant documents here. If you have any concerns regarding safety protocols in your workplace, please contact your local officers or HPAE staff representative.
HPAE and its more than 14,000 members commend our public officials—including Gov. Phil Murphy and our Legislative leadership—for approving New Jersey's Fiscal Year 2021 funding priorities.
For your vote to count on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, New Jersey and Pennsylvania residents should check to see if they are registered and register to vote if they’re not already registered.
University Hospital in Newark was front and center as the premier academic medical center responding to the COVID-19 pandemic crisis. Unfortunately, the Revised FY2021 state budget cut funding to Charity Care and NJ’s safety net hospital, University Hospital.
In the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare workers who were exposed, infected and sickened by the virus faced an additional worry: whether they would qualify for workers' compensation benefits.
My name is Kim Robinson and I am a dining associate at HMH Jersey Shore University Medical Center where I have worked for three years.