Video description: Kaitlin (Sans Rick) goes to the nursing home to visit her grandpa and put on a show for the old folks.

New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced on October, 23, that a tentative settlement has been reached with the New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA), subject to ratification by the union membership, on an overall collective bargaining agreement. This new agreement will improve the quality of nursing homes in New York City because registered Nurses are a true scarcety on the present day labor market.”Nurses are the backbone of our hospitals and skilled nursing homes and play a vital role in our ability to offer quality patient care,” said HHC President Alan D. Aviles. “We are committed to offering competitive salaries and a supportive work environment that will allow us to attract and retain top nursing talent. With a nursing shortage still looming, the terms of this contract will help make a nursing career in the public hospital system that much more attractive to young women and men and can ensure that we can continue to meet the needs of our patients in the future.”