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Support Providence workers at candlelight vigils Wednesday

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Vigils for patient safety planned across the state from 5 to 6 p.m.

 

With a strike looming, the three unions representing approximately 13,000 healthcare workers at Providence hospitals across Washington state are finally reporting progress at the bargaining table. As the months-long campaign by SEIU Healthcare 1199NW, UFCW 21 and the Washington State Nurses Association to put patients before profits continues, now is the time to show hospital administrators that the community is solidly behind these hardworking nurses and caregivers.

TAKE A STAND — All union members and community supporters are urged to join members of all three unions at Candlelight Vigils for Patient Safety from 5 to 6 p.m. this Wednesday, Jan. 8 at the following locations:

CENTRALIA — Centralia Hospital, corner of S. Scheuber Road & Cooks Hill RoadRSVP

EDMONDS — Swedish Edmonds, 21601 76th Ave. W.RSVP

EVERETT —  Providence Regional Medical Center, corner of Colby Ave. & 13th St.RSVP

ISSAQUAH — Swedish Issaquah, 751 NE Blakely Dr.RSVP

OLYMPIA — St. Peter Hospital, corner of Lilly Rd NE & Ensign Road NERSVP

SEATTLE — Swedish First Hill, 747 BroadwayRSVP
— Swedish Cherry Hill, 500 17th Ave.RSVP
— Swedish Ballard, 5300 Tallman Ave. NWRSVP

SPOKANE — Sacred Heart Medical Center, 602 S. Division St. (Cowley Park) Stop by WSNA Strike HQ at 44 W. 6th Ave. across from the park for an open house before or after the vigil. The WSNA Strike HQ will be open from 4 to 7 p.m. — RSVP
— Holy Family Hospital, corner of N. Lidgerwood St & E. Rowan Ave. — RSVP

WALLA WALLA — St. Mary Medical Center, corner of S. 7th Ave & W. Poplar St.RSVP

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