SANAP is a multi-specialty group of advanced practice nurses consisting of Nurse Practitioners, Clinical Nurse Specialists, Nurse Anesthetists, and Nurse Midwives. This group fills the need in healthcare for registered nurses with additional education and clinical training to administer to the citizens of San Antonio and Bexar County.
Covering the city with Care
SANAP meets on the second Tuesday of each month with a general business meeting and a continuing education program. Registration begins at 6:00 PM with the meeting beginning at 6:30 followed by a Educational program. Reservations are required for attendance and must be made by the Thursday preceding the scheduled meeting. The dinners are sponsored for paid members. Annual membership is $50.00 per year, $40.00 for students. Checks or CASH only.
PO Box 690106
San Antonio, Texas 78269
STUDENTS!: in order to request preceptors you are required to be a paid SANAP member and attend meetings! as pre-requisites! It does not guarantee a preceptor THERE IS A LIMIT on the NUMBER of STUDENTS ( first time non-paid members) who can ATTEND!
All students joining or paying dues need to provide a copy of proof of enrollment in their ANP program.
NOTE:: 2014 dues are now due - $40 for students (not already ANP's), and $50 regular members. mail outs will be done. If any change in adress or phone or email, please let me know via email. Also any change in NP status, ie student to board certified, and need to know for everyone what kind of NP and certifying agency. firstname.lastname@example.org
PRESCRIPTIVE AUTHORITY AGREEMENT LETTER is COMPLETED:
Paid members can e-mail Maureen Cole at email@example.com to confirm membership and prescriptive authority agreement letter will be mailed to you.
A second way to obtain prescriptive authority agreement letter for paid members is to contact CNAP at 512-663-6629 POSTED 6 / 17 / 2014
HOWDY Everyone OUR APRN #’s are now available at Texas Board of Nursing go to the webste
Claudia Glass (who has graciously offered to continue if no-one else steps up)