Nurses voted to unionize by about a 2-1 margin at Roger Williams Medical Center in Providence, union organizers said.

The wide margin of victory illustrates the nurses’ “deep dissatisfaction” with management, said Lynn Blais, president of the United Nurses and Allied Professionals.

The Boston Globe reported Tuesday that around 220 nurses at Roger Williams will join UNAP, union spokesperson Brad Dufault said. UNAP is the largest health care union in the state, and represents around 7,000 health care workers across Rhode Island, Connecticut and Vermont.

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