NAHN™ -Corpus Christi
Welcome to the Corpus Christi Chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses™ (NAHN™). Our members are interested in promoting health care opportunities and education to Hispanic/Latino communities. One of our primary goals is to assist in the growth of Hispanic health care providers by promoting and enhancing opportunities through mentoring, leadership skills in participation in local and national committees. We invite you to join us as a professional seeking to address health care disparities to make a difference in your community. We need you and so does your community. ¡Si se puede! Rose M Caballero, MSN, RN, Chapter President, email@example.com, PO Box 60676, Corpus Christi, TX 78466-0676.
The Dallas Chapter provides an important voice for Hispanic nurses and those interested in the Hispanic community. Its members are active in various causes at the local, state and national level. They are committed to increasing educational and professional opportunities for Hispanic nurses and nursing students through networking and mentoring. Its members are also instrumental in providing culturally competent health care for Hispanic consumers. Elia Esquival, Chapter President. firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Houston Chapter provides an important voice for Hispanic nurses and the Hispanic community. Its members are active in the local health care issues and are committed to increasing educational and professional opportunities for Hispanic nurses and nursing students through networking and mentoring. Its members are also instrumental in providing culturally competent health care for Hispanic consumers. Jacqueline Crespo Perry, BSN, RN, Chapter President, P.O. Box 355 Tomball, TX 77377 713-303-3087 work, (281) 290-8565, email@example.com , www.nahnhouston.org
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NAHN™ -Brownsville, TX
Bienvenidos to the Rio Grande Valley Chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses™. Our chapter is committed to promoting healthy Hispanic/Latino communities and promoting professional education opportunities. Chapter membership provides opportunities for enhancing nursing leadership skills through participation in local and national committees. We invite you to be a member of this professional organization that wants to address health disparities to make a difference in Hispanic/Latino communities. Nora Montalvo-Liendo, PhD, RN, Chapter President, 80 Fort Brown, Brownsville, Texas 78521, (956) 455-8553 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Promoting Opportunity for Hispanic Nurses to Improve the Health of the San Antonio and South Texas area. Dr. Norma Martinez Rogers, PhD, RN, FAAN, Chapter President. email@example.com
Welcome to the heart of the Rio Grande Valley. The National Association of Hispanic Nurses Valle Chapter invites you to join us on our journey. We invite you to build your skills as a leader, mentor, and as a voice for the Hispanic community. Our mission is to improve the quality of health and nursing care of the Hispanic community. Tap into the great resources that are our senior nurses, educators, community nurses, hospital nurses, home health nurses, our nurses in all areas of expertise. Participate in your personal development. Let us help you grow as a student, leader, nurse, mentor and as an advocate. Together we can guide and be a voice for our community. Experience our existing and emerging leaders. United we can face the challenges in our community and support the development of our future nurses.
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