A registered nurse at Mercy Medical Center in Redding, one of Dignity Health’s 31 hospitals in California. The California Department of Justice will take comment Thursday in Woodland on whether it should approve the pending merger of San Francisco-based Dignity Health with health-care giant Catholic Health Initiatives, and this meeting, like others before it, is expected to draw a sea of red-shirted Dignity nurses opposing the deal.
A registered nurse at Mercy Medical Center in Redding, one of Dignity Health’s 31 hospitals in California. The California Department of Justice will take comment Thursday in Woodland on whether it should approve the pending merger of San Francisco-based Dignity Health with health-care giant Catholic Health Initiatives, and this meeting, like others before it, is expected to draw a sea of red-shirted Dignity nurses opposing the deal. Michael Burke AP
A registered nurse at Mercy Medical Center in Redding, one of Dignity Health’s 31 hospitals in California. The California Department of Justice will take comment Thursday in Woodland on whether it should approve the pending merger of San Francisco-based Dignity Health with health-care giant Catholic Health Initiatives, and this meeting, like others before it, is expected to draw a sea of red-shirted Dignity nurses opposing the deal. Michael Burke AP

Why Dignity nurses are challenging merger with Catholic health care giant

September 01, 2018 11:35 AM