Indian Nurses Association of New York (INANY) is conducting a Health Fair in Kennedy Memorial Park, Long Island on April 30th from 10 am to 2 pm in collaboration with Hon. Kevin Thomas, New York State Senator.
The event is supported by Northwell Health System – Stop the Bleed program and Drug addiction prevention team, Molloy College, the non-profit organ procurement organization Live On New York, Stony Brook Mammography, and Marathon Physical Therapy Group. The address is 335 Greenwich Street, Hempstead, NY 11550.
The goal of this event, which is open to the public “is to promote health and wellness of the society. The main focus is on the underserved and uninsured individuals and families of that area.” said Dr. Anna George, the president of INANY.
The event will facilitate health and wellness education, drug addiction prevention awareness, blood pressure monitoring, diabetes screening, mammography, and training on emergency interventions of cardiopulmonary resuscitation and how to stop bleeding. Marathon physical therapy group will teach body mechanics and simple remedies to alleviate aches and pains.
Masks, hand sanitizers, and at-home-covid test kits provided by the Senator’s office will be distributed free of charge. There will also many giveaways and refreshments, all free of charge.
For more information: President – Dr. Anna George (646 732 6143), Secretary – Jessy James (516 603 2024), Treasurer – Lyssy Alex (845 300 6339).
Indian Nurses Association of New York (INA-NY), the voice and representative organization of professional nurses of Indian origin and heritage in New York State is inviting participation in its annual essay competition, scholarship and nursing excellence awards.
The essay contest is open for all nurses of Indian origin or heritage in New York state. The theme for this year is “Nurses make a difference”. Grace Alexander, the chair of the Awards and Scholarship Committee said that the essay must not be longer than two pages, must be double spaced and without any identifiable information of the author. A separate cover page with author’s name, credentials, contact phone number(s) and email address is to be submitted with the essay. The submission is to be sent to [email protected]. The winner will be honored at the Nurses’ Day celebration of INANY on May 7th.
The Association also invites application for Undergraduate Scholarship from student members of INANY that reside in New York state. Students must be enrolled in a basic nursing program with at least one more semester to complete.
Nominations are invited for Annual Student Scholarship for undergraduate and Associate degree nursing students of Indian origin. The student must be a member of INA-NY. Application form for Graduate Nursing Student Scholarship can be obtained from inany.org.
Nominations for ‘INA-NY Nurse Excellence Award 2022’ are also accepted from INANY members. The selected candidate will exemplify the very best attributes of Nursing profession, excelled in giving high quality patient care and demonstrated a commitment to professional nursing practice.
Dr. Anna George, the president of INANY cited that the Nurses’ Day celebration provides a forum for promoting and celebrating the nursing profession, nurses, higher education, health and wellness of individuals, families and the community. She noted that the Association’s leadership and members have been vibrant in its mission through engagement in promoting continuing education, organizing community events and community services, as well as local and international charity initiatives.
Application forms for Scholarship and Nurse Excellence Award can either be obtained from [email protected] or from its website inany.org. For details, please contact: Paul D Panakal at: 347 330 0783.
Indian Nurses Association of New York (INA-NY), the professional organization of nurses of Indian origin in the State of New York is inviting essays to the annual competition. The theme of the essay is “Nurses A Voice to Lead: A Vision for Future Healthcare”. All nurses of Indian origin/heritage living in New York State are eligible to participate in the competition.
The two-page essay should be double spaced, without any identifiable author’s personal information. A separate cover page with author’s name, credentials, telephone number(s) and email address is to be submitted with the essay.
The winners of 1st and 2nd place will be announced at the Nurses Day celebration of INA-NY on May 8th. Nominations are also invited for Annual Student Scholarship for undergraduate and Associate degree nursing students of Indian origin. The student must be a member of INA-NY. Application form for Graduate Nursing Student Scholarship can be obtained from inany.org.
Nominations for ‘INA-NY Nurse Excellence Award 2021’ are also accepted from INA-NY members. The selected candidate will exemplify the very best attributes of Nursing profession, excelled in giving high quality patient care and demonstrated a commitment to professional nursing practice.
The leadership of INA-NY intents to utilize the Nurses Day celebrations for promoting nursing, nurses, education, health and wellness. The submission is to be sent to Grace Alexander, Chair of the Awards & Scholarship committee at [email protected].