The Haitian American Nurses Association of Florida (H.A.N.A.) was founded in 1984 by Jacqueline Dasque and Alice Casimir, two registered professional nurses practicing in Miami, who saw the need to establish an organization that would provide health care services to migrant workers in Homestead, Florida. learn more…
Platinum Sponsor Level – Conference Official Partner: $10,000 Platform for promoting organization work Four (4) complimentary conference registrations 2Complimentary tickets... Read More →
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HANA: Collaborating to Transform Healthcare Culture and Nursing Education through Empowerment, Leadership, Technology, Research to Achieve Global Health Outcomes. ... Read More →
Why Join Us?
HANA. collaborates with other organizations in the community to promote health and wellness through education and prevention by providing culturally sensitive care.
- To provide nurses with the opportunity to share and promote the ideas of interest to nursing
- To become effectively involved in issues and services relevant to the health and welfare of the community in Florida.
You get to travel to places where your expertise is desperately needed…