About Us

We Serve and Care for Nevadans

SEIU Nevada represents 18,000 health care and public service employees across the state.

We care for the sick in hospitals in Elko, Reno, Las Vegas and Henderson. We protect the quality of the drinking water, administer benefits for low-income families, maintain McCarran International Airport, protect our communities’ most vulnerable members, maintain the streets and parks, work with foster children and provide many other services that keeps the region running.

Who is SEIU Nevada?

SEIU Nevada represents about 18,000  workers throughout Nevada. Our union is part of the Service Employees International Union, which is the fastest growing union in the United States, with more than two million members.

SEIU is building a 21st-century global union to help ensure that workers, not just corporations and CEOs, benefit from today’s global economy. SEIU is working with unions in similar industries across the globe to challenge multi-nationals to provide decent wages and benefits, and allow workers in every country the freedom to form unions.

 

Our members include public employees working for Clark County, the country’s 12th largest, including:

  • General unit (which includes the Assessor, Public Works, District Attorney, Public Defender and Courts

  • McCarran International Airport

  • Department of Family Services

  • Regional Transportation Commission

  • Water Reclamation District

  • Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, which operates the Las Vegas Convention Center

  • Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority

  • Southern Nevada Health District

 

We also represent hospital employees in Nevada, including more than 9,000 nurses and hospital workers at public, non-profit and for-profit hospitals throughout the Silver State including:

  • Desert Springs Hospital Medical Center, a for-profit hospital owned by Universal Health Services

  • Mountainview Hospital, a for-profit hospital operated by Sunrise Healthcare System and owned by the Hospital Corporation of America

  • Northeastern Nevada Regional Hospital in Elko, a for-profit hospital owned by LifePoint Hospitals, and which was named in 2013 as the state’s most profitable hospital

  • Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno, a not-for-profit hospital

  • St. Rose Dominican Hospital – De Lima Campus, also in Henderson and also operated by Dignity Health

  • St. Rose Dominican Hospital San Martin Campus in Las Vegas, also operated by Dignity Health

  • St. Rose Dominican Hospital – Siena Campus in Henderson, operated by Dignity Health, a not-for-profit public benefit corporation

  • Southern Hills Hospital & Medical Center in Las Vegas, a for-profit hospital operated by Sunrise Healthcare System which is owned by Hospital Corporation of America

  • Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center in Las Vegas, a for-profit hospital operated by Sunrise Healthcare System and owned by the Hospital Corporation of America

  • University Medical Center, Las Vegas’ only non-profit hospital and Nevada’s only Level 1 trauma center

  • Valley Hospital Medical Center, a for-profit hospital owned by Universal Health Services

In addition, SEIU Nevada represents Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics working for AMR (American Medical Response) and home healthcare workers at Addus Healthcare.

 

SEIU Nevada 1107 Constitution & Bylaws

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<h1 style=”text-align: center;”>We Care for Nevadans</h1>
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<p style=”text-align: center;”><span><strong>SEIU Nevada represents more than 17,500 health care and public service employees across the state.</strong> </span>
We care  for the sick in hospitals in Elko, Reno and Southern Nevada.  We  protect the quality of the drinking water, administer benefits for  low-income families, maintain McCarran International Airport, protect  our communities’ most vulnerable members, maintain the streets and  parks, work with foster children and provide many other services to keep  the region running.</p>

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