Nurses are back on the job in Everett at Providence Medical Center, but issues remain before a new contract will be signed.
Hospital CEO Kristy Carrington released a statement that read they welcomed their “valued nurses back to work” Sunday morning with a “seamless transition.”
Nurses at Providence were scheduled to go back to work at 6 a.m.
During the week, there were demonstrations outside the hospital.
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Nurses also held a vigil last Thursday in an effort to call attention to patient safety.
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