Tag Archive for: Leach

PA-13: PASNAP Backs Leach

“I have always been a proud supporter and admirer of the work that Pennsylvania’s nurses do every day, for long hours, and often without enough recognition,” Leach said. “In Washington, I will continue to fight every day to make sure that Pennsylvanians have access to the best health care, and the best health care workers.”

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PASNAP And Allies Rally At The Capitol

State Senator Daylin Leach and State Rep. Phyllis Mundy, the prime sponsors of SB 637 and HB 923, said their bills ensure the safety of patients and medical staff by ensuring safe staffing levels.

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Nursing by the numbers considered

By Andrew Seder, PSDispatch.com

How many nurses should a hospital maternity ward have? How about the intensive care or neonatal units? Should they be the same numbers at rural and inner city hospitals?

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Nurse-to-patient ratio bills introduced in Pa. House and Senate

Legislation would improve patient safety, save money

HARRISBURG, March 7 – State Rep. Phyllis Mundy and state Sen. Daylin Leach today introduced bills in their respective chambers that would set a minimum number of registered nurses to patients at Pennsylvania hospitals.

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PASNAP Introduces Nurse-to-Patient Ratio Bill in Harrisburg

HB 1874 Would Save Lives, Address the Nursing Shortage, and Create Jobs

On September 26th, State Representatives Phyllis Mundy (D-120) and Deberah Kula (D-52) joined together to introduce a nurse-to-patient ratios bill in the Pennsylvania State House. This bill, modeled on California’s extremely successful 1999 law, would amend the Health Care Facilities Act to establish life-saving minimum nurse-to-patient ratios throughout the hospital.

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