December 8, 2016
Lorraine Pierre, RN, from Lincoln Hospital’s pediatric emergency department spoke passionately at a press conference about the impact excess trucks and pollution have on her young patients in the South Bronx.
Montefiore Health System, a profitable NYC hospital, insists there is “no money in the budget” for desperately needed nursing and support staff to address long wait times, overcrow
We can be proud of our work to elect candidates committed to our agenda of equal access to quality care and to all facets of life that keep our communities healthy, safe, and vital.
Fracked Bakken oil, which has the volatility of dynamite, is transported in train cars suitable for vegetable oil and orange juice, all over our state, including within one mile of
Hundreds of members from every region of our union convened the NYSNA Voting Body on Tuesday, Oct. 18, at the end of the NYSNA Biennial Conference.
The NYSNA Voter Guide 2016 provides endorsements for State Assembly and State Senate races, and for President of the United States.
Nurses always stand ready to respond to any emergency, and thousands of NYSNA members will always be on the front lines responding to seasonal hurricanes and winter storm blizzards.
A delegation from NYSNA was early on the ground in North Dakota to bring solidarity and suppl
NYSNA is proud to unveil our new podcast, “Nurses on the Frontlines.”