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Who We Are

Our mission

Creating a fully funded healthcare system we can all be proud of

SEIU members and leaders in healthcare—now 1 million strong—have a unique opportunity to build a national union that can change the future of America by creating a new healthcare system that:

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healthcare workers represented in Michigan
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nursing home workers
healthcare companies organized

Our Leadership

Andrea Acevedo


Ken Haney

Executive Vice President

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Constitution & Bylaws

Our Union,
Our Future

Here you will find our local union’s constitution and bylaws, which were ratified on January 24, 2019:

Our Victories

SEIU Healthcare Michigan

Victories in 2020

COVID-19 changed everything for healthcare workers as it exposed deep cracks in our healthcare system. When the pandemic first hit, our country’s lack of preparation put many healthcare workers’ lives at risk. While many of us would have loved to work from home during these frightening times, we didn’t have that choice. Workers had to join together and scrap for every single piece of PPE and every new contract this year. We stayed strong and united during this crisis and we could not be more proud.

Thanks to your unshaken resolve, our union has grown and thrived. In fact, we added over 1,000 new members in 2020. That’s a huge accomplishment, and you all played a major role in achieving it. This will allow us to do even greater things in 2021 as we continue to fight for better working conditions for all healthcare workers in Michigan.

As the pandemic tore through nursing homes in Michigan, healthcare workers stood up to demand that owners “protect us, respect us, and pay us!” In October, workers organized and used their collective voice to put pressure on owners to negotiate contracts with higher wages, stronger benefits, and protections from COVID-19. When owners refused to budge, workers organized to walk off the job in protest. Owners saw the power of our workers, and 20 nursing homes settled new contracts before the strike could begin– one nursing home settled after only two days of a strike. The success of our campaign is a testament to the strength of our workers united together to demand changes in the nursing home industry.   

Our Stories

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We are proud to support the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 31st Anniversary! On July 26th we celebrate this important civil rights law that prohibits

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💥 Have you taken this yet?! 💥 Care workers have kept Michigan going during this pandemic. COVID shined a light on what we've known all

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Even before the pandemic hit, we were pushed to our limits. Now, it's even worse. #RespectProtectPayUs "But the pandemic is only the latest problem in

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This is good news for healthcare workers and the families we care for! President Biden is set to unveil a new plan on Friday taking

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Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo has said that she couldn’t have reached her current position or become the first woman to serve as governor of Rhode

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Earlier this week, SEIU hospital workers from all across Mercy Muskegon marched on their top boss to demand an end to the blatant violations of

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🚨ICYMI:🚨 Yesterday, workers, community leaders and representatives came together to demand bold, transformative solutions to create an economy and democracy that works for all of

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Workers across the country are coming together TODAY July 13, 2021 @ 5:30pm, to demand jobs, care, and justice. Any plan put forth by the

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Thank you Debbie Dingell for joining us today! We look forward to hearing you speak in support of healthcare workers, saying once and for all: