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Recent Media Coverage

Olympic Medical Center, union reach tentative agreement (Peninsula Daily News - March 30)
OMC, nurses union reach tentative agreement (KONP Radio - March 29
OMC commissioners told to 'stay the course' (Sequim Gazette - March 28)
Olympic Medical Center, union talks to continue Tuesday (Peninsula Daily News - March 25)
Olympic Medical Center administration, board backed in public meeting (Peninsula Daily News - March 23)
Union, Olympic Medical Center resume contract talks today, called 'good sign' (Peninsula Daily News - March 23)
Olympic Medical Center approves disputed labor contract with union
Judge: OMC strike is off the table (Sequim Gazette - November 16)
Olympic Medical Center gets injunction against union strike (Peninsula Daily News - November 13)
Olympic Medical Center settles with one of its unions (Peninsula Daily News - October 21)
Olympic Medical Center workers can't strike yet, judge rules (Peninsula Daily News - September 18)
Technical workers approve OMC contract (Sequim Gazette - September 1)
OMC, union reach labor pact (KONP.com - August 29)
Olympic Medical Center reaches an agreement with one union (Peninsula Daily News - August 27)
Strike order extended (Sequim Gazette - August 25, 2011)
Judge adds 30 days to strike ban at Olympic Medical Center; more talks slated (Peninsula Daily News - August 18, 2011)
Judge extends temporary order prohibiting Union strike at OMC (KONP.com - August 17, 2011
Union members, supporters picket Olympic Medical Center (Peninsula Daily News - August 12, 2011)
OMC union rallies over contract issues (KONP.com - August 12, 2011)
Local legisilator speaks in support of OMC union workers (KONP.com - August 12, 2011)
Union pickets OMC (KONP.com - August 11, 2011)
Strike is canceled, but the strife continues (Sequim Gazette - August 10, 2011)
Olympic Medical Center chief: Union, hospital remain far apart (Peninsula Daily News - August 10, 2011)
OMC union prepares for pickets (KONP.com - August 8, 2011)
State of OMC Interview with Eric Lewis, CEO (KONP 1450 - August 8, 2011)
Union plans to picket Olympic Medical Center on day it wanted to strike (Peninsula Daily News - August 7, 2011)
Olympic Medical Center management, union resume mediated talks in wake of voided strike (Peninsula Daily News - August 5, 2011)
Kitsap judge issues temporary restraining order against SEIU (Sequim Gazette - August 4, 2011)
Court sides with Olympic Medical Center against Aug. 11 strike (Peninsula Daily News - August 4, 2011)
Disgruntled OMC workers say they’ll walk (Sequim Gazette - August 3, 2011)
OMC seeks injunction today to stop nurses strike (KONP.com - August 3, 2011)
Olympic Medical Center chief details hospital proposal (Peninsula Daily News - August 3, 2011)
One-day strike called at OMC (KONP.com - August 2, 2011)
Unionized Olympic Medical Center employees threaten one-day strike; would cost $600,000 extra, CEO says (Peninsula Daily News - August 2, 2011)
Many Puget Sound hospitals expect a financial sea change because of aging population (Puget Sound Business Journal - July 29, 2011)
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