Members of the health sciences association are in the midst of contract ratification meetings across the province.

Pharmacists, therapists and 25 other professionals are getting ready to vote on a new tentative deal.

However some union members say they aren't satisfied with it. Elaine Lozinski – a patient care co-ordinator at Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon – says there is still a wage gap with the nurses union.

And Lozinski believes co-ordinators with nursing degrees may leave their jobs because of that.

"I think we've got a bit of a raise but we're behind a lot of the groups that are at our level of education," says Lozinski.

"And so our concern is, are we going to keep staff in our positions, or are we going to lose them to nursing jobs?"

Health sciences members have until Nov. 19 to get their votes in. The results are to be announced the following day.