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Arizona Nursing History
This timeline is an overview of the early history of nursing and development of nursing education and regulations in the state of Arizona.
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Arizona Nurse practice Act
Arizona became the 48th United State of America
In 1919, the Arizona State Nurses Association was organized and founded.
AZ State Board of Nurse Examiners was estabilshed.
Arizona State Department of Public Health is established.
Arizona nurses aid in war efforts durring WWII
Arizona State University and The University of Arizona departments of Nursing were formed in the 1950's.
The ASNA changed to the Arizona Nurses' Association (AzNA)
Arizona Deaconess Hospital opens it's doors in new location.
Arizona Deaconess Hospital gets a new name! Good Samaritan Hospital.
St. Mary's School of Nursing opens at St. Mary's Hospital in Tucson, AZ.
The "New" Saint Joseph's Hospital opens its doors.
Saint Joseph's Hospital opens.
The first Arizona nurse licensing examination is given.
St'. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing is established.
Arizona Deaconess Hospital (Good Samaritan Hospital) accepts its first class of nursing students.
The Great Depression effects Arizona Nurse education.
US Congress declares the very first National Nurses Day!
A new nurse is born.
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