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NURSES VOICE CONCERNS

Nurses speak out on Schenectady sidewalk

Bellevue staffers object to change in mother-baby care

Registered nurses at Bellevue Women's Center in Niskayuna, shown here outside Ellis Hospital in Schenectady, want to join the New York State Nurses Association.
Registered nurses at Bellevue Women's Center in Niskayuna, shown here outside Ellis Hospital in Schenectady, want to join the New York State Nurses Association.
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Nurses at the Bellevue Woman’s Center formally petitioned Ellis management on Thursday to legally recognize their membership in the New York State Nurses Association following what they say is a drastic change in the model of care at the women’s hospital that has them worried for their patients. When St. Clare’s Hospital in Schenectady closed and the Bellevue Woman’s Center reorganized to become part of the Ellis Medicine operation in 2007, something “unusual” happened, they ...


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