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For years, NYSNA has been leading the fight to ensure nurses and healthcare professionals have a real say in their working conditions and patient care.

We did it! After a long, hard-fought struggle, members and healthcare workers succeeded in getting landmark hospital and nursing home staffing legislation passed into state law.

2021 is a critical election year that demands leaders who are committed to dismantling racism, to strengthening our public health infrastructure and our social safety net, and to listening to the f

NYSNA is proud to announce our ranked-choice endorsement of Maya Wiley and Eric Adams for Mayor of the City of New York.

After more than a decade of advocacy by NYSNA nurses and healthcare professionals, landmark staffing legislation for our hospitals and nursing homes has finally landed on the Governor’s desk ready

It is with great sadness that I post this. Our longtime NYSNA colleague, activist, and nurse Joan Rowley passed away earlier today due to COVID-19.

NYSNA Staffing Captains are NYSNA nurses and healthcare professionals who send in daily reports about staffing levels on the units where they work. NYSNA is making the data we collect public. Check out the data—updated daily—on the staffing captain dashboard.