After a decade of uncertain business practices of for-profit hospitals in NJ, we applaud the Governor for signing legislation to require stricter financial disclosures and greater accountability when those companies put the financial health of the hospital at risk.
On Monday, January 6, 2020, the HPAE Local 5094 Negotiation Committee was able to reach a tentative agreement with University Hospital for a new contract with significant gains after bargaining for over a year.
RN’S only on 3E, 4Th & 5Th floors and ICU, Friday January 17th
On behalf of the nearly 14,000 nurses and health professionals represented by HPAE, we applaud the NJ Senate for their vote to approve the nomination of Judith Persichilli, BSN, RN as Commissioner of Health for the State of New Jersey.
On behalf of HPAE’s nearly 14,000 nurses and health professionals, thank you for the opportunity to address the issue of improving financial transparency and to urge you to vote in favor of A.5916, A.5917, and A.5918.
Statement by Debbie White, RN and President regarding the announcement by Englewood Health on the merger into the Hackensack Meridian Health System
CHAPA governs non-profit hospital transfers that result in an acquisition – if the merger is occurring between a for-profit to non-profit system, it would not be subject to CHAPA, but it would be subject to the CN.
This Thursday, October 10th, First Lady Tammy Murphy will deliver the Keynote Lunchtime Address at the Health Professionals and Allied Employees (HPAE) biennial Professional Issues Conference (PIC).
On October 1, 2019, PASNAP locals representing about 2,000 nurses, techs and professionals at Temple University Hospital rallied their members with supporters from the community and other labor organizations.
ighteen new HPAE Labor Leaders just completed a revised, all-day HPAE training called New Leader Orientation/ NLO, held at the Rutgers Labor Center on September 10, 2019.