MultiCare Auburn workers set informational picket for quality care Feb. 21

  • Monday, February 11, 2019 2:33pm
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MultiCare Auburn Medical Center caregivers and supporters will gather for an informational picket for quality health care Thursday, Feb. 21 from 2:30 to 5 p.m. outside the center’s emergency room, 200 N. Division St., the SEIU Healthcare 1199NW union said.

The rally is subject to change because of the weather.

The statewide union represents registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, pharmacists, technicians, professionals, therapists, mental health workers, certified nursing aides, housekeeping and dietary staff, and other health care workers.

Workers are calling for safe staffing and fair wages for quality health care.

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