State: HI - Hawaii


Western Region Advanced Practice Nurses Network

The Western Regional Advanced Practice Nurses Network (WRAPNN) mission as a non-profit organization is to bring together a collaboration of advanced practice nurses (e.g., certified nurse specialists, midwives, and nurse practitioners) to share health related medical information, education, collegiality, mentoring and advance good will in all disciplines among the Western Regions of the United States […]

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Hawaii Chapter of the National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners

NAPNAP’s mission is to empower pediatric nurse practitioners (PNPs), pediatric-focused advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) and their inter-professional partners to enhance child and family health through leadership, advocacy, professional practice, education and research. Providing community serCnvice to Hawaii’s Keikis and their families is another goal of the Hawaii Chapter of NAPNAP.

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Hawaii Association of Nurse Anesthetists

The Hawaii Association of Nurse Anesthetists is a professional organization for Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) in the state of Hawaii. It is affiliated with the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) and is dedicated to promoting the CRNA profession and advancing the art and science of anesthesia by: Developing and promoting educational and practice standards […]

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Hawaii Academy of Physician Assistants

HAPA, is an AAPA-approved and state-chartered organization. HAPA pursues legislative and lobbying efforts for the benefit of all Hawaii PAs. HAPA also supports PAs aspiring to practice in Hawaii. HAPA is working to educate the healthcare and greater community about the role and positive contributions that physician assistants add to the health care delivery system […]

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Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center

Nurse Practitioner Post-Graduate Residency Program The WCCHC Nurse Practitioner (NP) Post-Graduate Residency Program began in 2015 to help new family and adult nurse practitioners expand their competency to deliver comprehensive, patient-centered primary care services. The program offers the NP a 12-month, full-time salaried position working directly with specialists and primary care providers to increase their […]

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