Coming Up Next
Upcoming Events with LA-NAHN
- Tue, Dec 13ZoomIncreasing Awareness of Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease (ADPKD) in Underrepresented and Underserved CommuniThis presentation will discuss the impact of chronic kidney disease in underrepresented and underserved communities, the effects of the social determinants of health on patients living with kidney disease, and diagnosing and managing the care of patients living with ADPKD.
Dr. Pattie Soltero Sanchez
Nurses are talented and caring, they often go above and beyond the call of duty to care for their patients, community, and colleagues. You don’t have to look very far to find great Nurses who make a habit of getting involved and giving more of themselves than they are asked. Dr. Soltero Sanchez is one our long time La NAHN members who continues to go above and beyond. Dr. Soltero thank you for your committment.
Welcome to the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses. The Los Angeles Chapter has the largest membership in the 32 chapters of the National Association of Hispanic Nurses. We are proud of our active board members who work diligently throughout their term to provide our local members with opportunities to enhance their professional image and leadership skills through participation on health and community committees.
Please take the opportunity to discover our chapter and we encourage you to join our association.
- Los Angeles NAHN
NAHN Focuses on Facts in Response to Covid-19
NAHN recommends that members of the public continue to practice good hand hygiene and follow CDC recommendations on everyday preventative actions. Concern, and even fear, are normal reactions among the public. That worry can be managed with accurate information. NAHN urges members of the public to stay safe, smart, and informed. The World Health Organization (WHO) has recently launched a social media campaign called "Be Ready for Covid-19" that provides advice on how to protect ourselves and others. NAHN supports the practice of training healthcare professionals in early identification and notification. Nurses must receive the highest level of protection to provide care for the individuals and communities in which they serve.