Member Benefits

As a member of LA NAHN and NAHN™, you have a voice in national issues impacting the health care of Hispanics.

All members are eligible to participate in LA NAHN and NAHN™ activities, to be candidates for elected positions, and participate in the election of board members.

Benefits of National and Chapter membership includes:

    1. Professional networking
    2. Continuing education 
    3. Leadership Development
 

National & Chapter Membership includes:

Professional Development

      • Networking with other Hispanic health care professionals
      • Continuing Education Unit (CEU) opportunities at the national conference
      • Awards for community service and education excellence
      • Chance to serve on NAHN's board and committees

Advocacy

      • Supporting national health care initiatives as a united force
      • A forum for nurses to analyze and evaluate the health care needs of the Hispanic community 
      • Opportunities to disseminate research findings and policy perspectives related to Hispanic health care needs to local, state, and federal agencies in order to impact policy making and the allocation of resources
 

Students 

      • Mentorship Connection 
      • Scholarship opportunities
      • Networking with NAHN members 

News & Publications through NAHN

      • Free Subscription to the NAHN™' quarterly journal, Hispanic Health Care International (HHCI)
      • Quarterly electronic newsletter
      • Weekly E-blast
 

Chapter Membership includes:

LA NAHN provides its members with the opportunity to the address issues impacting health care of Hispanics at the local and state levels. 

    • Local and regional networking opportunities
    • Regular meetings to discuss local community issues
    • Community Outreach Programs
    • Local awards and scholarships
    • Chapter newsletter to keep up-to-date on local activities, events, and job opportunities
    • Chapter events including local conferences, leadership training and networking receptions
    • Student nurse mentorship programs
    • Work in Partnership with other chapters to promote leadership, networking and support
    • Mentor new members to take leadership positions

Full Member

Hispanic RNs, LVN in the United States, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and other U.S. jurisdictions.

Associate Member 

Non-Hispanic nurses and Hispanics interested and concerned about the nursing and health care needs of the Hispanic community.

Student Member

Proof Required (current transcript + or letter from nursing program) For Hispanic/Latino/a students enrolled in a RN, LPN/LVN program leading to licensure. 

National Member

As a member of NAHN, you have a voice in national issues impacting the health care of Hispanics. All members are eligible to participate in NAHN activities, to be candidates for NAHN elected positions, and participate in the election of NAHN board members. Benefits of membership include continuing education, professional networking, and leadership development.

LA NAHN Local Chapter Membership

Membership in LA NAHN provides members with the opportunity to address issues impacting health care of Hispanics at the local and state levels. Benefits of chapter membership include local continuing education; professional and social networking; a one-year subscription to La Connexion which contains information about chapter news and members’ achievements; and enhancement of your professional image and leadership skills through participation on health and community committees.

Benefits of NAHN Membership

  • Hispanic Health Care International 

  • The quarterly journal of NAHN

  • Educational Programs

  • Reduced registration fees to the Annual Conference, to local conferences and meetings.

  • Scholarships and Awards

  • Tuition scholarships and awards recognizing Hispanic nurse leaders at local and national levels.

Membership Categories 

Full Member Active(Voting) 
Hispanic/Latino/a RNs, LVNs, or LPNs licensed by, and residing in, the United States, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or any other U.S. jurisdictions. 

Associate Member (Non-Voting) 
Non-Hispanic/Latino/a licensed nurses interested in and concerned about the nursing and health care needs of the Hispanic community. 

Retired Member (Voting) 
Hispanic/Latino/a licensed nurses who are at least sixty-two (62) years of age and not employed full time in nursing. 

International Member (Non-Voting) 
Hispanic/Latino/a nurses in their country of origin who do not reside in the United States, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or any other U.S. jurisdictions. 

Affiliate Member (Non-Voting) 
Non-nursing health professionals interested in solving the problems/needs of the Hispanic/Latino/a nurses. 

Corporate Member (Non-Voting) 
Any corporation who is interested helping the Hispanic/Latino/a community.

National Membership

As a member of NAHN, you have a voice in national issues impacting the health care of Hispanics. All members are eligible to participate in NAHN activities, to be candidates for NAHN elected positions, and participate in the election of NAHN board members. Benefits of membership include continuing education, professional networking, and leadership development.

Local Chapter Membership

Local chapters provide members with the opportunity to the address issues impacting health care of Hispanics at the local and state levels. Benefits of chapter membership include local continuing education, professional and social networking.