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Welcome To Baton Rouge District Nurses Association

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Welcome to the Baton Rouge District Nurses Association (BRDNA), the website connection to the nurses of district two and all Registered Nurses. BRDNA is an affiliate professional nursing organization of the Louisiana State Nurses Association (LSNA) and the American Nurses Association (ANA).

As a professional nursing organization, BRDNA fosters high standards of nursing while working to improve health standards and the availability of health care services for Louisiana citizens. The BRDNA promotes the professional development and image of nursing in the community.

Membership Area

The BRDNA is comprised of nine parishes and has a membership of over 300 nurses.

Louisiana Parishes
  • – Ascension
  • – Livingston
  • – East BatonRouge
  • – East Feliciana
  • – Iberville
  • – Pointe Coupee
  • – St. Helena
  • – West Baton Rouge
  • – West Feliciana
 

Member Benefits

BRDNA offers a number of benefits to Registered Nurses

  • Free continuing education at select meetings
  • General Body Membership meetings are open to all Registered Nurses and nursing students
  • The annual Celebrate Nursing Banquet
  • Scholarships

Learn more about the full benefits of a BRDNA Membership

Membership in BRDNA provides all the resources and benefits available through ANA and LSNA or state only membership through LSNA.

Find out how you can join BRDNA now!

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    President’s Message Midst COVID 19

    Yvonne Pellerin DNP, RN, NE-BC, FACHE Colleagues, Baton Rouge District Nurses Association (BRDNA) is 104 years old and continues to foster high standards of nursing and a focus on improving the health of Louisiana Citizens. We have over 350 members and serve 9 parishes! BRDNA provides relevant education, scholarship, member meetings and an annual Celebrate Nursing Banquet. I would encourage nurses Read More

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