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National Nursing Centers Consortium

LOCATION: Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.

ORGANIZATION TYPE: Non-for-profit advocacy

FOCUS AREA: Children / Families, Environment / Land Use, Food security / Nutrition, Health Care Delivery, Housing / Neighborhoods, Law, Public Health, Public Policy, Race / Ethnicity

HEALTH EQUITY INITIATIVES: National Nursing Centers Consortium (NNCC) is an organization of health centers led by nurses that serve vulnerable urban, suburban, and rural communities throughout the country. Nurse-managed health centers are community-based, and many are located in public housing developments, schools, community centers, churches and homeless shelters. NNCC advocates on behalf of nurse-managed care, and takes the lead in developing innovative and replicable health promotion programs that help people lead healthier lives.

Visit this organization's Web site:

Ann Ritter
Policy & Program Strategist

National Nursing Centers Consortium
260 S. Broad Street, 18th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102

Phone number: 215-731-7140