New Mexico Native American
Indian Nurses Association

An organization dedicated to the enablement of Native American Nurses


The New Mexico Native American Indian Nurses Association was incorporated on June 24, 1986. Membership is opened specifically to Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses, students enrolled in Nursing Programs and interested Associate members.

Paid Membership

American Indian person who is a Registered Or Practical/Vocational Nurse.

Associate Membership

Persons who support the goals of the New Mexico Native American Indian Nurses Association, Inc.

Student Membership

Students of American Indian decent enrolled in a Nursing program and/or related health field.

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A Nursing Legend


Fran A'Hern Smith

A’Hern Smith retired in 2012 after a 52-year career spanning hospice care, public health nursing and education. She holds a Doctorate in Nursing Science degree from Boston University, a Master of Science in Nursing degree from Russell Sage College in Troy, New York and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin...


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Contact Information

New Mexico Native American Indian Nurses Association
P.O. Box 26674, Albuquerque, NM 87125

Organization Officers

Erma Marbut – President
Irene Marietta – Vice President
Wanda Mansell – Secretary
Rose Mason – Treasurer


Board Members

Dee Billops – Board Member
Linda Platero – Board Member
Fran A’Hern Smith – Board Member


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