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Tue September 27, 2011
UM nurses to voice concerns at "State of the Health System" address
Nurses at the University of Michigan Health System have been working without a contract since July 1.
Officials at the University of Michigan Health System and the 4,000 registered nurses who work there have been unable to reach an agreement on issues such as pay, health insurance, and benefits.
The nurses marched to a University of Michigan Board of Regents on September 15 with their demands.
Now, the nurses say they will voice their concerns at tonight's "State of the Health System" address.
From a Michigan Nurses Association press release:
Nurses will attend the annual University of Michigan Health System “State of the Health System” address on Tuesday, September 27 at 5:15 pm in the Ford Auditorium in University Hospital.
The nurses will be representing the University of Michigan Professional Nurse Council (UMPNC) in a visible show of solidarity for safe patient care at UMHS. Approximately 4,000 nurses are currently working without a contract rather than settle for an agreement that will diminish benefits and increase costs, leading to substantial nurse to patient staffing issues.