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AzNA Members are automatically assigned to Geographic Chapters based on the zip code they provided when they joined ANA/AzNA. These Geographic Chapters provide opportunities for members to network, attend educational meetings, and support the community in which they live or work.

 

Members may also choose to belong to Special Interest Groups that focus their resources and events on the needs of nurses within the specialty served.

 


 Geographic Chapters

 

AZ01 Greater Phoenix Area (GPAC)

GPAC Website

The Greater Phoenix Area Chapter supports many community programs and hosts quarterly coffee meetings featuring a variety of speakers. GPAC organizes two programs annually that offer continuing education contact hours. 

AZ02 Tucson

E-mail Tucson

Chapter Website

The Tucson Chapter promotes high standards of nursing practice and the professional & educational advancement of registered nurses in Southern Arizona. This chapter meets quarterly.

AZ05 Prescott /Northern Arizona 

The Prescott/Northern Arizona chapter's mission is to advance, promote and protect the values, contributions and development of Northern Arizona’s nurses through support of nursing scholarships and community activities that showcase the nurse’s role in health promotion and disease prevention.

AZ07 Rio Colorado-Yuma

E-mail Rio Colorado-Yuma

The Rio Colorado-Yuma chapter promotes standards of nursing practice, education, and the health of the community. They provide for continuing professional development of registered nurses in the Rio Colorado-Yuma region and an annual meeting that includes all nursing affiliates in the area.

AZ30 East Valley

E-mail East Valley
Chapter 30 Website

The East Valley Chapter offers professional development, scholarships, mentorship and community service opportunities. The chapter was created to serve east valley professional nurses.   The chapter is devoted to identifying the specific needs of its members so that program activities support their desired professional growth and development.
   

Special Interest Groups

 

Border Health 


The Border Health Nurses promotes professional relationships to advocate and practice with compassion and respect for the inherent dignity, worth, and uniqueness for every individual unrestricted by considerations of social or economic status, personal attributes, or the nature of health problems within the Arizona region of the US-Mexico border.
 

Informatics

E-mail Nursing Inforamatics

The Nursing Informatics group promotes the advancement of nursing informatics within healthcare informatics across clinical and educational settings.
 

Nurse Educator

E-mail Nurse Educator

Chapter Website
The Nurse Educator specialty group promotes high standards and excellence in nursing education. Their purpose is to help ensure the delivery of quality care to Arizona’s citizens by fostering and advancing the professional and educational development of nurses to the end that all people may have better nursing care. 
 

Nurse Practitioner Council

E-mail Arizona NP Council
Arizona NP Council Website  

AzNPC strives to advance the practice and professional stature of all Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs) and Nurse Practitioners in Arizona through legislative impact, education, community outreach, and involvement. They provide an annual clinical symposium the last weekend in July

 




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