The San Diego Black Nurses Association, Inc. (SDBNA), one of over ninety NBNA chapters, was organized in 1976 by six forward-thinking nurses: Eula May Banks, Maudesta George, Lottie Harris, Jewel Kelley, Dorothy Palmer Phillips (Trent), Betty Reliford. Our focus is to decrease healthcare disparities in the following areas: diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular disease, breast cancer, prostate cancer and influenza.
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Encanto Southern Baptist Church
6020 Akins Avenue, San Diego, CA 92114
***Due to COVID-19 Restrictions, all meetings have been moved online. You can find the link to the meetings on our Calendar or Social Media.
The San Diego Black Nurses Association, Inc. (SDBNA), provides health promotion services to the underserved, underinsured, and uninsured people within our community.
Nursing education is an integral part of the mission and vision of the San Diego Black Nurses Association, Inc. The organization strives to provide its members
The San Diego Black Nurses Association, Inc. (SDBNA) was organized in 1976, in response to the national call to provide a professional nurse organization for African-American nurses,
San Diego Black Nurses Association, Inc. (SDBNA) founded in 1976, is a premiere provider of health education and health promotion in the San Diego community. As a community leader,