Welcome to The San Diego chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses

SDNAHN is committed to supporting and advancing the healthcare in Hispanic communities and supporting local Nursing students in their pathways to a Nursing career


Get involved with SDNAHN


From helping in pediatric surgeries in Mexico, to providing free clinics, to collecting wheelchairs that are donated for local youth, we have a cause for you to help with.



Our scholarships assist Nursing students of all degree levels in San Diego County, and help create the next generation of Hispanic Nurses who will help our community. Learn more here.



Our volunteer efforts and Student Scholarships wouldn’t be possible without community sponsors. Click to find out more about our sponsors or how to become one.

Nursing School Scholarship Opportunities

We would like to extend our gratitude to our sponsors, partners, members and volunteers who make our commitment to providing scholarships to future nurses possible. If you are pursuing Nursing school, or graduate education in the nursing field, please apply for a nursing scholarship from SDNAHN and NAHN.

San Diego chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses

Organized in August 1993
Our Mission

The mission of the SDNAHN is "Working to address the educational and health care needs of the Hispanic community".

SDNAHN is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which works to provide Hispanic/Latino(a) and all other nurses with the opportunity to network and address specific health and medical professional issues related to the Hispanic/Latino culture.

Chapter membership is open to all active or retired nurses of any degree level, and currently enrolledĀ nursing students of any degree level. Membership is open to anyone who is interested in seeking educational and leadership opportunities and advocacy from nurse role models.

Membership is also open to nursing and non-nursing associates, such as hospital systems, clinics, health care agencies, nursing schools, pharmacies, community-related businesses, and anyone who is interested in the promotion of health care in the Hispanic and under served communities.

Membership is available without regard to race, color, religion, national origin or citizenship status, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, or military status.

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