Administrators for Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston outlined on Friday a list of contingency plans, as the threat of a nurse’s strike continues to loom large, with only a few days remaining before the potential strike kicks off.
According to the hospital, about 700 temporary nurses will be onboard to take care of patients if union nurses will make good on their threats and walk out on Monday. Officials also assured the public that the nurses have enough training and experience to do their duty, despite the fact that they wi...
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