A joint statement on the historic partnership between our union and clinic executives.

Today our union SEIU CCWU and leaders from partner community clinic employers at St. John’s Community Health, Healthright 360, Gardner Health Services, Asian Health Services, West Oakland Health Center, and Clinica Romero issued a joint statement: “Community clinics are an integral part of our state’s healthcare system. Serving more than 7 million Californians each year, including historically underserved low-income communities and communities … Continued

Clinic Workers Win $25/hr Min Wage!

We did it! Clinic workers have won SB 525 — the statewide healthcare minimum wage — which creates a path to a $25 wage floor across the entire health care sector that will transform our health care system by investing in workers to deliver better health care quality, access and equity. The first law of its … Continued

Clinic Transparency Bill SB 779 Signed by Governor

We have scored a major victory for all Californians! For the first time, community clinics across the state will be required to disclose more detailed information about whether they are adequately staffed to provide quality care. This transparency means better service and care for community members as these vital data points will help clinics with … Continued

It’s Time for a $25 Healthcare Minimum Wage

This morning, clinic workers united in SEIU-CCWU joined State Senator Maria Elena Durazo and scores of essential healthcare workers from across California to introduce legislation that would establish the first-in-the-nation statewide minimum wage for healthcare workers. A minimum wage of $25 an hour for healthcare workers in California is critical to addressing the burnout, exhaustion, … Continued

CA Clinic Workers Win Push For Bonus Registration

With the December 28th registration deadline passed, tens of thousands of California clinic workers are one step closer to the $1,000 retention bonuses that we fought for and won over the course of this year.   Not only were clinic workers instrumental in pushing lawmakers in Sacramento for $70 million in funding for these bonuses, … Continued

Gov. Newsom Signs Law Investing in the Retention of Healthcare Workers 

Today, Governor Newsom signed AB 204, providing critical funding to community clinics to retain and recognize community clinic workers. Thanks to an unprecedented partnership and advocacy from eight community clinics and SEIU Community Clinic Workers United, California is dedicating $70 million for retention payments to an estimated 70,000 frontline health care workers at California’s community clinics.

WE DID IT! We won $1,000 in state funding for retention bonuses! 

We did it! Our statewide movement of community clinic workers secured retention bonuses for all community clinic workers in California. $1,000 bonuses will be awarded to approximately 70,000 clinic workers across the state.

These retention bonuses recognize our hard work and sacrifice and couldn’t have come at a more critical time as our clinics face a retention crisis.