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San Jose nurses say hospital leaders undermine patient care

Santa Clara County nurses who keep oxygen flowing to people with spinal cord and brain injuries already work in a tense environment, but some fear their jobs are about to get harder. Three nurses in the acute respiratory rehabilitation unit at Valley Medical Center — who spoke to San José Spotlight under condition of anonymity due to fear of retaliation — allege county hospital management is trying to increase patient ratios to unsafe levels, from two patients per nurse to as many as five patients per nurse. That means less nurses out on the floor and fewer hands to save…

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