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Together, We’re Building a Brighter Future for New Hampshire Nurses
Give your career a boost with all the resources that NHNA has to offer.
The New Hampshire Nurses' Association is a not-for-profit membership association and the ONLY state organization that advocates for all nurses regardless of specialty or practice setting. NHNA has represented the nursing profession in N.H. through legislation, political action and professional development. We are a Constituent and State Nurses Association (C/SNA) of the American Nurses' Association (ANA).
We often are asked the question:
Doesn't NHNA have thousands of members? Why do they need dues or help from me?
Answer: Sadly – not true. Similar to public TV or radio which benefit all listeners whether or not they are paying members, NHNA provides information, political advocacy and other services which benefit all NH nurses, but receives financial support from only a small percentage. And to those who think "Well, someone else will take care of all that,"…to your colleagues – you are 'someone else'. As membership increases – the more we can offer and accomplish.
NHNA / ANA members use their dual membership to stay current on nursing news and be a part of a network of 1,178 nurses statewide.
Welcome to our newest members: Victoria Baldasarre Amherst
Marnie Berdeen of Goffstown
Teresa Broyer of Hampton
Stephanie Carlson of Bow
Deborah Fabry of Lebanon
Jessica Fauteux of Brookline
Angela Gray of Milford
Kaela Hobby-Reichstein of Sanbornton
Katharine Lacourse of Webster
Allison Ohlman of Manchester
Kimberly Pang of Concord
Jennifer Pedley of Windham
Naomi Pratt of Lebanon
Mary Raposa of Hudson
Pamela Rice of Lebanon
Alicia Schumacher of Laconia
Lisa Shutt of Brookline
Annaka Stables of Hooksett
Jaculyn Winden of Pembroke
You may become a part of this network by joining the New Hampshire Nurses’ Association and the national American Nurses’ Association for only $15month. https://nhnurses.nursingnetwork.com/page/63751-membership-join-now