SEEKING PROPOSALS FOR MANAGMENT SERVICES
The New Mexico Association of Nurse Anesthetists (NMANA) organization is accepting proposals from qualified consultants/businesses to provide association management services. We invite you to submit a proposal by November 30, 2021, for consideration.
NMANA is a New Mexico 501(c)(6) nonprofit corporation. NMANA is comprised of 260 members who are Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs). NMANA has continued in the forefront of advancing the profession of CRNAs whose members work in every conceivable setting in New Mexico: urban, rural, and military duty.
NMANA is affiliated with the recognized national organization of the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology. NMANA board of directors is in search of management services that can support its ongoing efforts.
Management services would include communications, website/Facebook updates, Board management, strategic planning, committee management, financial support, membership management, governance, meeting logistics, and board election support. The structure of the organization includes a Board of Directors who meet no less than quarterly. Committee structures are also in place.
November 30, 2021
Angela Frietze, CRNA
Email: [email protected]
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New Mexico State University is developing a nurse anesthesiology concentration in their DNP program. NMSU made the decision to launch this program due to the critical need for anesthesia providers in the state, especially in rural health centers and critical access hospitals. To serve the healthcare needs of the state, the curriculum will have a focus on rural health and health disparities in New Mexico. NMSU has been collaborating with the NMANA and other stakeholders from around the state during the program planning process.
NMSU has launched a $1.25 million fundraising campaign to support program development. Please consider contributing to the development and launch of the first nurse anesthesia program in New Mexico. Every donation will help NMSU move closer to its goal of graduating 25 CRNAs per year.