Nurses put the care in healthcare.
The Minnesota Nurses Association stands strong for nurses, patients, and quality healthcare everywhere.
We are 22,000 dedicated RNs and other healthcare professionals in Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, and Iowa, who promote the professional, economic, and personal well-being of nurses through collective action. Our members care for patients in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and other healthcare settings.
Since 1905, MNA members have effectively influenced healthcare policy and practice; advocating for social justice and public health, as well as nursing practice and policies that enable nurses to provide the quality care patients deserve.
MNA empowers members to use their collective strength, knowledge, and experience to advance and enhance safe and professional nursing practice, nursing leadership, and community health and well-being, including access to quality healthcare for all.
Works to promote and achieve the goals and priorities of the Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA) by providing professional and technical guidance and strategic recommendations in the development and maintenance of cohesive, effective communications. The Communications Specialist will work with a team to plan, implement, and evaluate the communications of the Association, with a focus on internal communications. Duties may include, but are not limited to: