North Dakota Nurses Association

The North Dakota Nurses Association (NDNA) is a professional nursing association established in 1912 to represent all nurses in the state of North Dakota. It is also the state’s constituent member of the American Nurses Association (ANA) which represents all Registered Nurses in the United States.

The organization’s mission is:

“… to promote the professional development of nurses and enhance health care for all through practice, education, research and development of public policy.”

Joining the NDNA

You can join the NDNA on the ANA’s web site. By joining NDNA, you will also be a member of the ANA.

They have options for dues:

  • Full Membership: Available to employed RNs
  • Reduced Membership: Available to retired or unemployed RNs, full-students who are licensed RNs, new graduates of basic nursing programs (within 2 yrs of graduating), and RNs 62 yrs of age or older not earning more than the Social Security maximum
  • Special Membership: Available to unemployed RNs 62 yrs or older and fully disabled RNs

There are numerous benefits that members of the NDNA and ANA are afforded.

Contact Information

If you are ready to join NDNA or would like to learn more about how you might benefit from joining, you can contact the organization directly using the information below:

North Dakota Nurses Association
5265 Hwy 1806
Mandan, ND 58554

Phone: (701) 223-1385
FAX: (701) 223-0575
Hours: 8:30am – 4:30pm