Stand with us for hospice and home care patients
We're the nurses, social workers, chaplains, nursing assistants,therapists, and other dedicated staff of Providence Home Care and Hospice of Snohomish County. We're dedicated to providing the best care possible to our community when you need us. We formed our union so that we have a voice in bargaining improvements to the care we provide and our jobs.
Right now,we're calling on Providence to reduce our caseloads so we can spend more time meeting each patient's needs. And we're calling for an investment in recruitment and retention so that experienced, familiar caregivers can be at the bedside.
Stand with us and support great care for our community.
Tuesday, March 28
7:30am - picket
at 2731 Wetmore Ave 8am - rally
"The Sisters of Providence inspired us to the Core Values of Justice, Stewardship, Excellence, Respect, and Compassion. I think the Sisters would be deeply saddened and appalled to see what has happened after they turned over the management of their Providence ministries to the current leadership.
Providence makes unprecedented profits from the care we give, yet at the same time, we are not allowed the adequate resources so we can provide the highest quality care for our patients and families. Through our union we are inviting the leadership to help us return to the heart of Providence and make Mother Joseph and Mother Gameln proud."
April Frazier, Chaplain, Hospice
United for Quality Care