Local 121RN

A Powerful Voice for Patient and Nurse Safety in Southern California.

We are nurses and other healthcare professionals throughout Southern California. We use our collective voice and united strength to advocate—through legislation, contract negotiations, patient advocacy and community partnerships—for #SafeStaffing levels, adequate equipment and resources, workplace violence protections and other critical issues affecting patient and nurse safety.

Local 121RN was formed in 2002.  Our parent organization, SEIU, has been around since 1921.

Headquartered in Pasadena, SEIU Local 121RN represents more than 9,000 Registered Nurses and other Healthcare Professionals—and growing. We have regional offices in Los Angeles County, Ventura County and the Inland Empire.

Local 121RN works with our members to solve workplace problems that endanger both Nurses and patients, enforce our hard-won contract protections and defend Registered Nurses and the patients we care for at each facility and in the State of California at the legislative level.

Local 121RN is an autonomous and self-governing organization. The Union is a highly focused, efficiently operated, membership-led organization dedicated to ensuring that registered nurses and other healthcare professionals have the staffing, resources and commonsense workplace protections that allow us to do our jobs: to expertly care for patients and ensure the highest patient safety standards.

SEIU Local 121RN is affiliated with the Service Employees International Union, with more than 2 million members worldwide. SEIU, our parent organization, is the nation’s largest healthcare workers’ Union with more than 750,000 RNs, doctors, technicians and others, including 25,000 Registered Nurses in California.

Click here to view the SEIU Local 121RN Constitution and Bylaws

Officers

President
Gayle Batiste, RN, CNOR
(818) 731-8313
batisteg@seiu121rn.org

Vice President
Kathy Montanino
(626) 437-6976
montaninok@seiu121rn.org

Interim Secretary-Treasurer
Joyce Powell, RN

 

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