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Three nursing organizations (including TxANA) are urging Gov. Greg Abbott to address shortages in veterans’ health care by allowing APRNs to practice to the full extent of their training and education. Read the letter here:
It is time once again to put the wheels in motion for the 16th annual Houston celebration of National CRNA Week. Sponsor a table and exhibit your products and services to CRNAs from across the Houston area!
Welcome to the new Texas Association of Nurse Anesthetists (TxANA) website! To access all of the features on the site, be sure to login and see how you can get more involved with your association. If you need help with your login, please contact us at 512-495-9004.
American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Commends Senate Veterans Affairs Committee for Working to Improve Veterans Access to Quality Healthcare.
Dr. Henry "Hank" Thomas Dougherty died peacefully Saturday, May 9, 2015. Henry Thomas Dougherty was born Oct. 28, 1957, to James Eugene Sr. and Ann Theresa Goldsmith Dougherty at the U.S. Naval Air Base in Warwick, Bermuda. The family soon after moved to Herkimer, N.Y. Hank earned a B.S. in nursing from the State University of New York, a master's in health science and a doctorate in nurse anesthesia practice from Texas Wesleyan University. Hank and Jean Elizabeth Ball were married June 30, 1984.
James Martin Yates (Martin) was born in Kaufman, Texas on February 3, 1942, although his mother told him as a child that he was born on February 4th and that was the day he celebrated most of his life. He died at home on May 4, 2015 from pancreatic cancer. Martin was predeceased by his mother, Ann Furr Yates, and his father, Max Gene Yates, and by many friends who died too early in their lives.