MedStar Washington Hospital Center Set to Vote UNION YES this Wednesday Citing Officer Concerns and Calls for Administrative Changes at the Hospital

August 1, 2016



MedStar Washington Hospital Center Security Department citing low morale and needed amendments in staffing at the management level, will be voting to unionize this Wednesday with the Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions (LEOSU-DC).


Washington DC – On Wednesday August 3, 2016, sixty special police officers, safety officers and dispatchers employed by the MedStar Washington Hospital Center will be voting to unionize with the Law Enforcement Officers Security Unions (LEOSU-DC) affiliated with the Law Enforcement Officers Security & Police Benevolent Association (LEOS-PBA).


In a letter the union received dated July 20, 2016, the Public Safety Officers express their concerns with MedStar Washington Hospital Center management at its highest level and call for administrative changes.


Read the the full press release and letter from the Medstar Washington Hospital Center officers here.


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