Union nurses striking one of St. Louis’ biggest hospitals say their absence is hurting hospital services. St. John’s Mercy Medical Center says enough registered nurses are crossing the picket lines, or have been hired as substitutes, that staffing levels are normal and care is not affecated. A spokesman for the striking nurses says the units handling births are particularly short. The hospital says those units are performing service as usual.
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