‘The last option’: Why doctor, resident unions continue to grow

By Mari Devereaux, Updated June 6, 2024

ChristianaCare physicians seek unionization vote

By Paul Kiefer, Updated June 6, 2024

Physicians file to unionize to address understaffing, corporatization at ChristianaCare

By Hannah Edelman, Updated May 20, 2024

ChristianaCare attending physicians take first step toward forming a union

By Abraham Gutman, Updated May 16, 2024

ChristianaCare doctors look to unionize citing need for improved working conditions, patient safety

By Leland Pinder, Updated May 16, 2024

Over 400 Physicians From Delaware's ChristianaCare Move to Unionize

By Jennifer Henderson, Updated May 15, 2024

ChristianaCare physicians seek unionization

By Kelly Gooch, Updated May 15, 2024

Citing ‘burnout,’ doctors with ChristianaCare file papers to form system’s first labor union

Two-thirds of the more than 400 physicians who are on staff at the health care system’s main Delaware operations — Christiana and Wilmington hospitals, and the Middletown stand-alone emergency care center — signed cards seeking authorization to hold an election, union organizers said.

By Cris Barrish, WHYY, Posted May 14, 2024