Infinity Nursing Home #StrikeForOurLives

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Updated times starting Monday 11/30.

Ambassador, 4900 NORTH BERNARD, CHICAGO
Shift 1: 6-10am Shift 2: 9:30am-1:30pm

City View, 5825 WEST CERMAK ROAD, CICERO
Shift 1: 6am-10am Shift 2: 9:30-2pm

Continental, 5336 NORTH WESTERN AVENUE, CHICAGO
Shift 1: 6a-9a, Shift 2: 1p-4p

Forest View,  535 SOUTH ELM, ITASCA
7-11 am* (updated Mon 11/30)

Lakeview, 735 WEST DIVERSEY, CHICAGO
Shift 1: 6-10 am Shift 2: 12p-4p

Momence, 500 SOUTH WALNUT MOMENCE
8am-12p

Niles, 9777 GREENWOOD, NILES
Shift 1: 6-10 am Shift 2: 12-4 pm

Oak Lawn, 9525 SOUTH MAYFIELD, OAK LAWN
Shift 1: 6-9 am Shift 2: 2-4 pm

Parker, 516 WEST FRECH STREET, STREATOR
Shift 1: 6-10 am Shift 2: 12-4 pm

Southpoint, 1010 WEST 95TH STREET
Shift 1: 6-10 am Shift 2: 12-4 pm

West Suburban, 311 EDGEWATER DRIVE BLOOMINGDALE
1-4 pm* (updated Mon 11/30)

Infinity Nursing Homes on Strike 
Home Address City
NILES NSG & REHAB CTR 9777 GREENWOOD NILES
CITY VIEW MULTICARE CENTER 5825 WEST CERMAK ROAD CICERO
LAKEVIEW  REHAB & NURSING CENTER 735 WEST DIVERSEY CHICAGO
AMBASSADOR NURSING & REHAB CENTER 4900 NORTH BERNARD CHICAGO
CONTINENTAL NURSING & REHAB CENTER 5336 NORTH WESTERN AVENUE CHICAGO
OAK LAWN RESPIRATORY & REHAB 9525 SOUTH MAYFIELD OAK LAWN
SOUTHPOINT NURSING & REHAB CENTER 1010 WEST 95TH STREET CHICAGO
WEST SUBURBAN NURSING & REHAB CENTER 311 EDGEWATER DRIVE BLOOMINGDALE
FOREST VIEW REHAB & NURSING CENTER 535 SOUTH ELM ITASCA
MOMENCE MEADOWS NURSING & REHAB 500 SOUTH WALNUT MOMENCE
PARKER NURSING & REHAB CENTER 516 WEST FRECH STREET STREATOR

Demands

  • Living wages so workers aren’t forced to work multiple jobs and risk spreading the virus
  • Pandemic pay that rewards workers for their heroic work and retains staff
  • Adequate staffing to combat COVID means paying living wages of at least $15 an hour
  • Proper & adequate PPE

Background

Workers from multiple Infinity nursing homes across the Greater Chicago area delivered strike notices at 11 facilities on Thursday November 12th with a strike start date of November 23rd. The frontline, majority black and brown workers made the difficult decision to call a strike after months of bargaining in which management ignored their calls for pandemic pay and living wages as the spread of the virus not only extends but surges into record breaking numbers across Illinois.

Workers are prepared to strike for their lives. Infinity’s management can avoid a strike by settling a contract that puts patient care & workers before profits.

Infinity Nursing Homes Got Almost $13 Million in Federal COVID Funding

“It’s wrong, it’s immoral, it’s offensive, & the next time [Infinity] nursing homes come to us I will remember…There is a chance for them to make this right. I implore you to get it done & get it done now.” State Rep. Kelly Cassidy