A group of medical providers at clinics run by an influential but controversial AIDS-focused nonprofit group have launched a bid to unionize, saying that the organization’s leadership has lost sight of its mission and patient care is suffering.
Published: September 24, 2013
Doctors, nurses and physicians assistants in the AIDS Healthcare Foundation’s Los Angeles and Bay Area clinics have been engaged in a behind-the-scenes struggle with the organization’s leadership for the last two months.
On July 31, medical staff members submitted a petition to the National Labor Relations Board, announcing their desire to organize under the National Union of Healthcare Workers.
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