The Nebraska Nurse Practitioners (NNP) is a membership association that represents more than 500 Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) across the state and advocates on behalf of issues that impact nurse practitioners and other collaborative partners.

 2014 NNP Scholarship Winners

Congratulations to NNP 2014-2015 $1,000.oo scholarship recipients.

Melanie Denny-Schiltz, Bellevue

Clarkson, Post-Masters FNP

Graduation, August 2015

Amy Arndt, Lincoln

UMKC, Post-Masters DNP

Graduation 2016

Mareesa Hasenauer, North Platte


Graduation, May 2015

Shaping the Future of Health Care Through Leadership and Diversity

Second Fall Leadership Conference Invitation

September 19, 2014


Important News

NNA Call to LEAD

This is a dynamic time as Nebraska nurses come together to create the future of NNA as it restructures the organization and expands member benefits through social media and the ANA Midwest Multistate Division

NNP Information Flyer

Here is a read only copy of our information flyer. You may request finished copies by contacting Tara Whitmire, Legislative Chair at legislative@nebraskanp.com

Do PAs, NPs Impact Physician's Practice Satisfaction?

Heather Punke discusses the impact of PAs and NPs on Physician Practice Satisfaction

Register HERE

If you are not a current member of the NNP, please DO NOT register for website access.  This registration is for current NNP Members only.  If you would like to become a member of the NNP, please email:  membership@nebraskanp.com.

We are currently transitioning to a yearly membership renewal and have taken down the online access at this time.  Thank you.


Kathy Hoebelheinrich recieved the Nurse of the Year award at the NNA Convention!  Congratulations Kathy - we are very proud of you!


Congratulations to Lisa Mlnarik and her appointment to the Rural Health Board!

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