April 25, 2017


The San Diego chapter (SDNAHN) and the National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN) welcome all nurses and nursing students of any degree level, as well as retired nurses, non-nursing medical professionals, unlicensed nursing support staff, non-nursing associates, and hospitals, patient care entities, and corporations who are interested in the promotion of healthcare and education in Hispanic and under-served communities.

SDNAHN members are proud to volunteer within our local community, as well as internationally, and provide nursing care, community education, advocacy, interpreting services, and more, to those in need.

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.

How to apply for membership:

  • Visit NAHN, click “Join Now”, and register for national membership with chapter membership, and pay with credit card payment.
  • Be sure to select “San Diego” as your local chapter.  Otherwise, your information will not be placed on our Membership Roster we receive from the National office and you will not receive communication from SDNAHN.
  • If you have any difficulties, please call the NAHN office directly at 919-573-5443.  The San Diego chapter is unable to process membership applications.

Once your application is processed, you will receive a NAHN membership card in the U.S. mail.

Please note the varied types of memberships and fee rates on the application and choose the one most appropriate to you.

Only UNLICENSED students are eligible to apply for student membership and rates. You must submit a copy of your student identification card in order to receive discounted student membership rates.


How to renew your membership:

  1. Log on to NAHN, go to “My Membership”, and select “Renew Now” to pay by credit card.


Membership Benefits include:

♦ CEU’s at no cost for chapter-sponsored presentations.

♦ Special membership rates to NAHN conferences.

♦ Ability to apply for local and national Nursing scholarships, and find a Nurse Mentor.

♦ Professional networking among other nurses, health care providers and business organizations for professional enhancement and leadership development as well as the chance to serve on the Board, on Committees, or as an Officer.

♦ Promote the Hispanic/Latino(a) professional image, leadership, and visibility through partnering and collaboration in health-related community activities.

And more!

By becoming a SDNAHN and NAHN member, you join a membership with the passion and desire to not only make a difference in our community, but to also have a voice in improving the nursing profession on local, state, and national levels.

Help us make a difference, join us now!