St. Vincent Hospital nurses strike Michelle Lund Brenda Valery

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WORCESTER — A group of nurses doing work at St. Vincent Clinic reported they fully grasp why numerous of their colleagues are out on strike. They stated they just want their colleagues and the group to realize why they are not.  “Let’s all get the job done with each other. […]

WORCESTER — A group of nurses doing work at St. Vincent Clinic reported they fully grasp why numerous of their colleagues are out on strike. They stated they just want their colleagues and the group to realize why they are not. 

“Let’s all get the job done with each other. It is all for the popular objective: client treatment,” nurse Brenda Valery explained. “They do it their way, we do it our way.”

Nurse Michelle Lund agreed.

“We all had to determine, to be equipped to glimpse at ourselves in the mirror every single working day, and we experienced to do what was ideal for us, and what we considered in and what we felt was suitable,” Lund mentioned. “And I’m not expressing that some persons on the sidewalk really don’t also consider that. But it’s tough due to the fact I regard that determination — I see that they are hoping to make a variance from their viewpoint.

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