AFT Connecticut is the largest representative of acute care hospital workers in the state. In addition to RNs, LPNs, Technologists, and Service and Skilled Maintenance professionals, school nurses and visiting nurses are also represented. All AFT Connecticut healthcare members strive to provide the highest quality patient care.

AFT Announces 2014 Everyday Heroes

AFT has announced its 2014 "Everyday Heroes" after a nationwide nomination and voting process. Nine extraordinary women and men -- including four of our own AFT Connecticut-affiliated union members -- will be honored at the AFT's national convention in Los Angeles this July.
 
 

Comments on Passage of Legislation Governing Conversion of CT's Community Hospitals

Melodie Peters, president of AFT Connecticut, made the following remarks on the passage last night in both chambers of the Connecticut General Assembly of legislation concerning conversion of Connecticut's community hospitals:
 
 

Danbury Hospital Nurses and WCHN Adopt Agreement for New Three-Year Contract

Danbury - After collaborative negotiations with the Western Connecticut Health Network (WCHN), members of the Danbury Nurses Union, Unit 47, AFT Local 5047 overwhelmingly ratified a tentative agreement with WCHN on Friday, April 4. The new collective bargaining agreement covers approximately 600 registered nurses (RNs) at Danbury Hospital through March 31, 2017.
 

Comments on L+M Hospital Union Leader Appointed to African-American Affairs Commission

Melodie Peters, president of AFT Connecticut, made the following remarks on the appointment of L+M Hospital Licensed Practical Nurses and Technical Employees, AFT Local 5051 President Stephanie Johnson to the Connecticut African-American Affairs Commission (AAAC):
 
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