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Community Day of Action Supporting Northside Medical Center on November 19, 2009

Thursday, November 19, 2009 General News J E 4
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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio, Nov. 18 Forum Health's Northside Medical Center is a locally controlled community asset which provides not only health care choice and access to the Youngstown community, but also 1400 jobs and $1.5 million in tax revenues annually.

It is in the community's best interest for Forum Health to emerge from bankruptcy intact; and the Youngstown General Duty Nurses Association (YGDNA) supports the business plan validated and approved by the Huron Group (hired by Forum Health to assist in the restructuring process) detailing financial success for all three Forum hospitals.

YGDNA is hosting a Community Action Day in support of Northside Medical Center on November 19, 2009 outside of the Nathaniel R. Jones Federal Courthouse, and invites the community to join them and show support for Northside's employees and patients.

3:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Community Gathering

Eastern side of parking lot on Vindicator Square

4:00 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. Solidarity March in Support of Northside Medical CenterFrom eastern side of parking lot on Vindicator Square to Nathaniel R. Jones Federal Courthouse

4:45 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. Literature Distribution

In front of Nathaniel R. Jones Federal Courthouse

About the Youngstown General Duty Nurses Association

The Youngstown General Duty Nurses Association's (YGDNA) purpose is to advance professional nursing in Ohio in service of quality health care. As a union representing Registered Nurses, YGDNA was established to promote and preserve improvements in employment conditions and standards of professional nursing practice; promote adherence to the Code of Ethics established by the American Nurses Association; and support the overall community in which it operates through volunteering and organizing public health programs and events.

SOURCE Youngstown General Duty Nurses Association
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