Your Contract

Also known as a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), this sets your salary, benefits, and many working conditions. Download as a PDF.

Membership Application

Membership is what gives our union power. You must submit an application to be a member of UAPD.

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MultiCare Providers Allege ‘Assembly Line Healthcare’

Providers at MultiCare's Indigo Urgent Care Clinics are raising concerns about alleged unsafe and "assembly line healthcare." The providers are members of the Union of American Physicians & Dentists. They contend that there is increased pressure on physicians,...

UAPD to Picket Multiple Indigo Urgent Care Clinics August 15-18

UAPD to Picket Multiple Indigo Urgent Care Clinics August 15-18

Clinics like Indigo Urgent Care are the backbone of the healthcare system. But they are experiencing provider shortages resulting in long patient wait times and staff burnout. A fair union contract that enables improvements in patient care would benefit both the...

Legislative Advocacy

Every year UAPD sponsors and endorses state legislature bills that are beneficial to working doctors and those they care for.

Legal Expertise

UAPD stewards and staff get advice and support from experienced labor attorneys.

Know Your Rights

Union members have the right to union representation at any meeting with management that they reasonably believe may lead to discipline. These are called Weingarten Rights.

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As the year progressed, our members demanded to have a stronger voice in health decisions affecting their patients, especially concerning public health decisions.

– UAPD President Stuart Bussey, MD, JD

With greater strength and diversity comes an opportunity and responsibility to comment upon health issues that affect our members, their patients, and the public in general.

– UAPD President Stuart A. Bussey, MD, JD

Traditional physician interactions are being altered in this 21st-century pandemic.

– UAPD President Stuart A. Bussey, MD, JD