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Contract for 1,600 nurses at Queen's Medical Center expires this month

   June 10, 2021

The contract of about 16-hundred nurses who work at Queen's Medical Center expire at the end of this month. The Hawaii Nurses' Association says it's been in negotiations with the hospital since April. “Our requests are reasonable: support for burned out nurses, a sufficient number of nurses to avoid compromising patient care, and competitive wages,” said Daniel Ross, President of the Hawaii Nurses’ Association, in a news release. “We have not made reasonable progress on a successor contract because The Queen’s Medical Center does not seem to take our requests seriously.”

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