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By joining The NPA you invest in You and Your Profession!
Membership Campaign January 15 - April 30, 2017.
Once you have joined you will have access to valuable member benefits.
Any nurse practitioner who holds or is eligible for nurse practitioner certification by the State of New York. ($190 for one year and $340 for two year membership)
Any person seeking New York State certification as a nurse practitioner enrolled in a nurse practitioner program registered with the New York State Education Department or a program determined by the Board (i.e. out-of-state program) to be equivalent to a registered program. ($75 for one year)
Student Transition Member
All you need to do to qualify as a Student Transition Member is to be a current NPA student member in good standing. If you allow your student membership to lapse, you will not be eligible. You are not able to join online as this membership type. You will be billed by The NPA at your renewal date based on completion of your NP program and NYS licensure.
Any retired nurse practitioner no longer practicing and gainfully employed as a nurse practitioner who supports the purposes of the Association. ($75 for one year)
Any person who supports the purposes of the Association and does not qualify for any of the above membership types (i.e., is not a Nurse Practitioner, NP Student or Retired NP). Affiliate membership dues are $55 annually. Affiliate members will receive industry related news and information from The NPA and will be mailed the JNPA four times a year. The JNPA is the public policy and practice news journal of The Nurse Practitioner Association New York State.
Click here to download a paper membership application form.
To renew your membership in The NPA please Sign in to the website and navigate to the Payments & History screen.
The New York State Coalition of Nurse Practitioners, Inc. (d/b/a) The Nurse Practitioner Association New York State (The NPA) is a New York not for profit corporation. The NPA has received tax-exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service under section 501(c)(6) of the Internal Revenue Code. Under the Internal Revenue Code, The NPA may endorse political candidates and advocate for positions on public policy issues that affect the nurse practitioner profession in New York. The NPA advises its members that 13.2% of their individual membership dues are spent on lobbying expenses and that this amount is not tax deductible as a business expense on the member's individual or business tax return.
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