On behalf of the HSUWA,
The HSUWA is the union that represents more than 20,000 allied health and health science professionals, technicians and assistants, clerks and administrators, supervisors and managers. HSUWA members work in Western Australia's public and private hospitals and health services, pathology, radiology, aged care, disability services, community pharmacy, and dental practices.
The HSUWA represents more than 3,000 healthworkers in regional WA.
We work hard to support our members at work and we campaign for better health policies and outcomes for all West Australians. Click here to learn more about the HSUWA.
Your membership includes benefits such as increasing your bargaining power at work, indemnity insurance, journey cover, and discount shopping and banking. All this for an average net fee of around $6.50 per week. You should have the HSUWA with you at work, join today.
Dan Hill, Secretary
The stop work meeting held to call for the government to reintroduce its legislation to protect RPH was a great success.
...more(13 May 13)
HSUWA members are encouraged to attend a stop work meeting on Monday as part of the campaign to save Royal Perth Hospital. Your union is very concerned about the future of RPH, and is calling on the government to guarantee the hospital will remain open.
...more(9 May 13)
Our April $250 recruit a member prize winner is Keringa Barnes from St John of God Pathology in Bunbury. Keringa has been active in building the union for the EBA negotiations which are currently underway.
...more(7 May 13)
Members in regional areas can soon look forward to receiving training in their local area, rather than having to travel to Perth.
...more(7 May 13)
Staff at Royal Perth Hospital will attend a stop work meeting today to call for the government to honour its promise to pass legislation to protect the hospital's future. ...more(13 May 13)
The union representing specialist health workers, the HSUWA, has raised concerns that many patients are going to find themselves out of pocket when using radiology services at the new Albany Health Campus. ...more(2 May 13)
The Union representing disability workers in Western Australia has again called on the Premier Colin Barnett to fully commit to signing up to the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). ...more(1 May 13)
The HSUWA has called on reappointed Health Minister Kim Hames to clarify whether the Barnett Government intends to proceed with its stalled legislation to protect Royal Perth Hospital as a teaching hospital. ...more(10 Apr 13)