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Thousands of nurses picket outside of metro-area hospitals

Thousands of nurses held informational pickets Thursday outside Abbott Northwestern and Children’s hospitals in Minneapolis, and Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids.

The nurses are in the midst of negotiating a new three-year contract that expires May 31st.

Nurse Laurie Bahr of St. Louis Park works in the intensive care unit at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis. She says better nurse-to-patient staffing is the number one priority for nurses.

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Minnesota Nurses Association starts contract talks with Twin Cities hospitals

Staffing levels and pension funding are the top issues for the Minnesota Nurses Association as it starts labor union contract negotiations with six Twin Cities hospital systems.

The contract with the systems — North Memorial Health Care, HealthEast Care System, Allina Hospitals & Clinics, Park Nicollet Health Services’ Methodist Hospital, Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota and Fairview Health Services — covers 12,000 nurses in the union.

After several weeks of bargaining, nurses will vote on May 19 to either ratify the new contract or authorize a strike. The contract expires May 31.

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Minnesota nurses await calls for Haiti relief

The Minnesota Nurses Association says more than 300 nurses statewide have volunteered to travel to Haiti to offer earthquake-related medical assistance.

They will join thousands who are part of a nationwide effort organized by National Nurses United. It remains unclear where nurses would be stationed, although it’s possible they’ll provide care on U.S. ships.

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Cerenity Senior Care is Hiring

Cerenity Senior Care, formerly known as HealthEast Senior Care, is pronounced just like the word “serenity” yet substitutes a capital “C” for “S” to emphasize “caring, community and compassion.” Cerenity is a leader in eldercare services and housing and brings a rich faith-based heritage to the senior care experience.

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Cerenity Senior Care is Hiring RNs

Cerenity Senior Care, formerly known as HealthEast Senior Care, is pronounced just like the word “serenity” yet substitutes a capital “C” for “S” to emphasize “caring, community and compassion.” Cerenity is a leader in eldercare services and housing and brings a rich faith-based heritage to the senior care experience.

Cerenity’s mission is to cultivate independence and dignity by empowering the people they serve in a faith-based partnership through innovation, compassion and excellence. Cerenity strives to create an environment for their residents, tenants and staff that support its core values of collaboration, hospitality, respect and stewardship.

Cerenity Senior Care offers every level of care at five campus locations in St. Paul and its surrounding communities.

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The Minnesota Nurses Association: School Nurses in Minnesota Celebrate 100 Years

The H1N1 strain may be a
“novel” virus, but it is nothing new to school nurses in Minnesota who are
celebrating 100 years of professional service in the state.  Ceremonies
scheduled for Friday, November 6th will honor the ten decades of valuable
contributions made by school nurses to the health of children and communities.

Never ones to miss an educational opportunity, planning committee members are
also offering an education session focusing on the worldwide influenza
epidemic.  Attendees will examine operational models that will prepare school
nurses for vaccine implementation and offer cutting-edge strategies for
overall outbreak management.

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Nurses aides deserve our thanks

Thanksgiving may be a good time to give medical thanks to a group of people who could be the hardest working, most under-valued bunch in the health care business: nurses aides or nursing assistants.

These folks do the bulk of the basic care for the basic functions (of lot of which malfunction) of hospital patients and nursing homes residents.

These people do the real work that gives patients and nursing home residents the best quality of life they can have, considering their conditions, disease, disabilities and inabilities. These workers turn people, clean them, hoist them, clean them again, feed them, clean them again, rub in moisturizer to relieve their well-worn skin and clean them some more.

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MinuteClinic Celebrates National Nurse Practitioner Week and Recognizes Role of Practitioners

In celebration of National Nurse Practitioner Week (Nov. 8-14), MinuteClinic, the pioneer and largest provider of retail health care centers in the United States, salutes practitioners across the country who deliver patient-centered care and help to increase access to high-quality, affordable medical treatment.

MinuteClinic nurse practitioners and physician assistants serve patients at about 500 MinuteClinic locations inside select CVS/pharmacy stores in 25 states.

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Minn. Health Department promises improvements to flu nurse line

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - State officials are conceding Minnesota’s new nurse hot line was overwhelmed by flu patients on its first day, and they’re pledging to make improvements.

Assistant Health Commissioner Craig Acomb (AY’-kohmb) says operators took 2,100 calls from 11 a.m. Wednesday to 8 a.m. today, and that doesn’t count those who got busy signals and gave up.

He says that call volume is “unprecedented” and no one expected that so many flu sufferers would call seeking help.

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Minnesota nurses protest

Nurses attending the Minnesota Nurses Association’s annual meeting rallied at the Capitol against Governor Pawlenty’s veto of funding for the General Assistance Medical Care program (GAMC).

Robert Fischer is a former GAMC Recipient;

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