Connecticut Chapter +This page is under construction.
Delaware Valley Chapter +
VISIBILITY, ACCOUNTABILITY & PROFESSIONAL ENHANCEMENTS
Heidi R. Fernandez, BSN, RN
President, PNA Delaware Valley
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Address: 130 Portsmouth Circle, Glen Mills, PA 19342
Biennial Report 2010
Maryland Chapter +
The PNAMC is the premiere association for Filipino American nurses in Maryland.
The mission of thePNAMC shall be to provide an organization that will uphold the image and foster the welfare of Filipino American nurses in the State of Maryland as a professional group.
Respect,Diversity, Professionalism,Integration, Recognition, Growth, and Professional Development
President, PNA Maryland Chapter
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Metro Washington DC Chapter +
As the official professional organization of Filipino - American nurses in the Metropolitan, D.C., PNAMDC will uphold the positive image and welfare of its constituent members; promote professional excellence and contribute to significant outcomes to healthcare and society.
Leonora P. Mendoza
President, PNA Metropolitan DC, 2013-2015
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New England Chapter +
We strive to increase the visibility, viability and vitality of the organization by maximizing the potential and contribution of the officers and members of this organization.
President , PNA New England
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Maria Eden Gianan, RN, MSN, CNS
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New Hampshire Chapter +
President, PNA New Hampshire Chapter
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New Jersey Chapter +
Uphold the image and foster the welfare of the Filipino-American nurses in the State of New Jersey as a professional group.
President, PNA New Jersey
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New York Chapter +
The Philippine Nurses Association of New York, Inc. will strive to promote the highest standards of professional nursing practice while advocating for the social , cultural and economic advancement of Filipino American nurses in the state of New York.
President, PNA New York
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North Carolina Chapter +
To promote professional excellence in clinical nursing practice among its members and to support the acculturation of Filipino nurses and their families in North Carolina.
President, PNA North Carolina
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President-Elect, PNA North Carolina
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P.O. Box 91224
Raleigh, NC 27675
Pennsylvania Chapter +
As the official organization of Filipino-American Nurses in Pennsylvania, it will uphold and enhance the positive and professional image and welfare of its constituent members, promote professional excellence and contribute significant outcomes to healthcare and society
President, PNA Pennsylvania Chapter
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SECRETARY: Cristina Rivera
ASST. SECRETARY: Michelle Derosa
TREASURER: Ana McCormick
ASST. TREASURER: Aileen Bojko
AUDITOR: Sylvia Wood
PRO: Grace Arnaiz
ADVISORS: Ferdinand Luyun, Lynn Javier
South Carolina Chapter +
Our mission is to unify and increase the active participation of Filipino nurses in the State of South Carolina in order to support the vision, goals and objectives of PNA South Carolina.
President, PNA South Carolina
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115 Coral Reef Dr.
Goose Creek,SC 29445
Virginia Chapter +
We, the Philippine Nurses Association of Virginia (PNAVA) believe that patients have the right to expect quality health care. As health care providers, we accept responsibility to provide such care by actively seeking opportunities for continued professional growth through education, research, and advance clinical practice.
We believe that a Filipino-American nurse has unique cultural needs that must be met to ensure professional success in a diversified society while preserving cultural identity. We believe that as a member of the community and the nursing profession, we have the responsibility to be involved in activities that promote health and wellness through community education. We believe that as health care practitioners it is our duty to respond to legislative and public policies that have impact on the health care agenda.
President, PNA Virginia
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Justine Reyes Ford
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Virginia-Richmond Chapter +
President, PNA Virginia-Richmond Chapter