Capital Day, Tuesday, April 17, 2018 in Albany, NY
Join your colleagues across New York State, meet with your legislators in Albany, and discuss the legislative priorities of The Nurse Practitioner Association New York State for 2018.
Registration is full
NPA Members - $25
Walk-in registrations will not be accepted.
Registration is at capacity. The Lobby Team will schedule the legislative visits.
Cancellation: Cancellation must be submitted in writing to info@TheNPA.org. A $15 administrative fee will be charged if you cancel on or before April 3, 2018. After April 3, 2018 no refunds will be issued.
Our program will begin at 9:00 am with presentations from our Government Relations Team and invited legislators. Following the morning presentation a group photo will be taken and then you will depart for your scheduled legislative visits. The visits will be scheduled for you. PLEASE DO NOT schedule your own visits.
The morning program will be held in the Concourse in the Capitol Building.
Hotels near the Capitol Building
Hilton Albany - 40 Lodge Street, Albany, NY
Important Items to Note:
- Dress professionally for the day and wear comfortable shoes. There will be a lot of walking.
- Bring a white lab coat to wear for the group photo.
- Bring business cards to leave after each visit, if you have them.
- All attendees will be making legislative visits in designated teams - primarily organized by your address. These visits have been already scheduled and you do not need to set up any appointments on your own.
- Each team has a designated, "Team Leader", who has already agreed to help organize each team and guide the visits.
- Please note that you may not always be visiting your Legislator who represents your address. In order to accommodate the large group of attendees, some individuals will be visiting with other Legislators.
- Also, you may not meet the actual Legislator. There are times that you may meet with the Legislator's staff member in addition to or in lieu of your Legislator. A Legislator's staff may actually be more aware of the issues we are presenting and has the ability to properly advise the Legislator.