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Collective Bargaining

Collective Bargaining

The benefits of collective bargaining are great, and more members mean greater power for nurses and increased accountability of management. Your voice will be heard through your local unit, and through your elected leaders. As an INA member, you will be protected by a contract written especially for nurses.

Membership

Membership

INA has been the voice of Registered Nurses for over 100 years. Thousands of RN’s have organized with INA in order to have a vehicle to address their workplace conditions, wages, benefits and ensure a collective voice for their patients.

Legislation & Politics

Legislation & Politics

Education

Education

The Illinois Nurses Association offers present and future nurses relative and meaningful continuing education opportunities that are geared toward the needs of today’s nursing profession and practice.

Who We Are
Who We Are

Who We Are

The INA is the largest, most powerful Nurses’ Union in the state of Illinois, at the forefront, fighting for nurse’s rights to empower them to be the best advocates for their patients and their communities.

Get To Know Your INA!

Get To Know Your INA!

Since 1901, the INA has been educating nurses, aiding in contract negotiations, and standing up to the politicians in Springfield to fight for legislation that helps all Illinois patients.

Get To Know Your INA!

News & Events

JOLIET PATCH: AMITA Nurses Strike
This story was originally posted on the Joliet, Ill. edition of Patch.com, July 6, 2020. Pat Meade, head of the nurses union at AMITA Health Saint Joseph Medical Center, said...
Jul 7, 2020
AMITA to Waste $5 Million Per Week on Replacement Nurses and Luxury Buses
AMITA St. Joseph Medical Center will waste $5 million per week to pay for the out-of-state replacement nurses being transported on luxury buses instead of negotiating a fair contract that...
Jul 6, 2020
More than 700 Nurses from AMITA St. Joseph Medical Center on Strike, Ongoing
720 Nurses Begin Unfair Labor Practice Strike in Protest of AMITA St. Joseph’s Medical Center Unsafe and Illegal Activities In the early morning of July 4, more than 700 nurses...
Jul 6, 2020
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