On September 23, 2011, Registered Nurses Association in Michigan (RN-AIM) became the 51st state nurses association to affiliate with ANA, an organization that represents the interests of 3.4 million registered nurses through its network of affiliates and specialty nursing organizations. In 2013, RN-AIM became known as ANA-Michigan.
ANA-Michigan brings nurses together to advance their careers and the profession through standard-setting, advocacy, and professional development.
Interested in becoming a member of one of our committees, or just want to learn more about ANA-MI Committees? Contact email@example.com.
ANA-Michigan, together with our national partner, the American Nurses Association (ANA), will continue to build a community of nurses dedicated to advancing their profession and providing safe, affordable healthcare. Learn more about ANA HERE.
Advancing the nursing profession in Michigan.
ANA-Michigan is a vital community of professional nurses in Michigan. Together, we are the experts in nursing practice. Our strength is our solution-focused thought leadership, our long-term view of the nursing profession in a dynamic healthcare environment, and our impact on quality care and patient safety.
ANA-Michigan exists to create an environment where:
Founded in 2005, ANA-Michigan (formerly RN-AIM) is dedicated to promoting excellence in nursing practice and healthcare in Michigan, and seeks to improve the availability of health services for all, while promoting the professional development of Michigan nurses. Every registered nurse is eligible for full membership in this dynamic, inclusive, diverse, and affordable organization. RNs from every clinical setting, position, specialty and interest area are welcome to join. We offer members convenient opportunities for support, leadership and continuing education. ANA-Michigan’s professional councils include Administration and Education, Excellence in Nursing Practice, Public Policy, Nursing Research and Evidenced-Based Practice.
Current members include hospital staff nurses, administrators, educators, home health and hospice nurses, public health and school nurses, oncology and cardiac rehabilitation specialists, nurse practitioners, nursing researchers, unit managers, parish nurses, obstetric, pediatric, psychiatric and geriatric nurses, medical-surgical nurses, nurse entrepreneurs, nurse attorneys, retired nurses, as well as many others.