Rhode Island Hospital reaches tentative labor deal with nurses


Rhode Island Hospital in Providence and its unionized nurses have reached a tentative contract agreement, according to a Providence Journal report.

The tentative three-year agreement covers nurses represented by Local 5098 of the United Nurses and Allied Professionals.   

David Levesque, a spokesperson for the hospital's operator, Providence-based Lifespan, confirmed to the Providence Journal an agreement was reached. However, no further agreement details were reported.  

Employees are slated to vote on the tentative agreement July 12.


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