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Healthcare Workers Rally to Address Concerns About Layoffs and Quality Patient Care
Date:9/12/2007

T: Rallies and Press Conferences

WHEN/WHERE: On the sidewalk, near the main entrances of the

following locations:

Thursday, September 13, 2007 at Noon

Lakewood Regional Medical Center

3700 E South St, Lakewood 90712

Thursday, September 20, 2007 at Noon

Los Alamitos Medical Center

3751 Katella Ave, Los Alamitos 90720

WHO: Hospital workers, community leaders

VISUALS: Hospital workers in hospital scrubs, elected officials

and their representatives

SEIU United Healthcare Workers-West and SEIU Local 121RN represent more than 152,000 healthcare workers in California. Together, both locals represent every type of caregiver, including nursing, professional, technical and service workers, with a mission to ensure quality healthcare for all.

CONTACT: Tadzio Garcia

(213) 300-8974


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