SEPABNA is committed to improving the quality of life of persons of African heritage and the public in general. As an organization that promotes excellence, nurtures creativity, and rewards results, we envision ourselves as leaders in:
Southeastern Pennsylvania Area Black Nurses Association, Inc. (SEPABNA) is a professional organization of registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and nursing students who contribute to improving the quality of life of persons who share the African American heritage and other ethnic groups by:
Each year we celebrate our Black nurses by attending Black Nurses Day on Capitol Hill where we get a chance to meet and discuss nursing issues with politicians. This year Black Nurses Day on Capitol Hill is February 7, 2013.
Registration can be done on line @www.NBNA.org.
Our Black Nurses Day Celebration acknowledges Nurses and Community persons who make a difference in the health care arena.We also award scholarships to students enrolled in a nursing program who meet our scholarship requirements.
Black Nurses Day Celebration: 2010 (Left to Right) Juanita Jones, Karen King-Shannon, Minie Murphy, and Cynthia Wright