Eastern Oklahoma Black Nurses Association
The Eastern Oklahoma Black Nurses Association (EOBNA) is the first local chapter of the National Black Nurses Association (NBNA) to be established in Oklahoma. The chapter was established in February 2010 and was founded by Wendy Williams, RN. The Eastern Oklahoma Black Nurses Association collaborates with other professionals and organizations to promote the health and well-being of our surrounding community. EOBNA's base is in Tulsa, however, we welcome African-American nurses and nursing students from anywhere in the state. EOBNA is open to all licensed and retired RNs and LPNs and nursing students.
Visit our National Website National Black Nurses Association, Inc.
--New mentoring program for minority nursing students!! Click here for more information.
--EOBNA Member Receives First Teola Trent Nursing Scholarship Click for article
--The Eastern Oklahoma Black Nurses Association is sponsoring an HIV/AIDS Conference.
Saturday, April 28, 2012 , 1 p.m. Healthcare Provider and 2 p.m. General Public at
Tulsa Technology Center – 3850 N. Peoria Ave. Tulsa, Oklahoma 74106.
Vendors and free HIV testing will be held 12 noon until 4 p.m. click for flyer vendor application