Con Alma Health Foundation and the University of New Mexico will collaborate with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Northwest Health Foundation to increase nursing workforce diversity  in New Mexico

Con Alma Health Foundation and the University of New Mexico announced a partnership today that has been chosen as one of eleven nationwide to receive funding from Partners Investing in Nursing’s Future (PIN).  PIN invests in local partnerships that create innovative model projects that can be tested and, if successful, shared nationally.

The New Mexico Nursing Diversity Partnership program (NMNDP) will increase the diversity and pool of New Mexico’s nursing workforce to better meet the state’s unique and pressing health care needs. The 18-month PIN grant of $75,000 will be matched by $75,000 in local and regional funding.

 

 


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