Griffith nurses and midwives to strike for better pay, better ratios and better working conditions

Elizabeth Gracie
Updated March 29 2022 - 11:00am, first published 10:00am
CHANGE NEEDED: President of NSWNMA Griffith Branch Yvonne Peisley, NSWNMA Leader Organiser Katrina Lee, NSWNMA Griffith Branch Secretary Kristy Wilson and NSWNMA Organiser Jodi Gough. PHOTO: Lizzie Gracie
CHANGE NEEDED: President of NSWNMA Griffith Branch Yvonne Peisley, NSWNMA Leader Organiser Katrina Lee, NSWNMA Griffith Branch Secretary Kristy Wilson and NSWNMA Organiser Jodi Gough. PHOTO: Lizzie Gracie

This Thursday nurses and midwives at Griffith Base Hospital will strike once more for 24 hours following a lack of action by the NSW Government to address the ongoing staffing crisis inside the hospital.

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Elizabeth Gracie

Journalist at The Area News in Griffith and The Irrigator in Leeton, NSW. Lover of a good yarn, strong coffee and great wine. Let's chat: lizzie.gracie@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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