New Hampshire Nurses Association

The New Hampshire Nurses’ Association (NHNA) was established in 1906. It is the state’s constituent member of the American Nurses Association. The NHNA is the only organization to advocate on behalf of all Registered Nurses in the state of New Hampshire.

Their mission is:

“… to promote the practice of professional nursing, advance the development of professional nurses, and improve the health standards and availability of health services for all people of New Hampshire. “

The organization helps to shape public policy and legislation affecting NH nurses and health care for the state’s residents. They do this through their Governmental Affairs Commission, professional lobbying services and by presenting testimony of various health care bills before the state’s Legislature.

Participation in the NHNA affords its members with a variety of educational opportunities for professional development. They offer over 90 continuing education courses online at a discount. Members receive discounts on numerous American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) certification exams. The association also hosts conferences which members can attend at a discount.

Contact Information

DNP Programs Online has provided the following contact information for NHNA for your convenience should you decide to join or need additional information about the organization:

New Hampshire Nurses Association
210 N. State St., Suite 1-A
Concord, New Hampshire 03301

Phone: (603) 225-3783
FAX: (603) 228-6672
Hours: 9:00am – 5:00pm