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CBNCNJ - Concerned Black Nurses of Central New Jersey


The Concerned Black Nurses of Central New Jersey (CBNCNJ) is a driving force that embraces and facilitates innovative health practices while providing education in underserved communities.

It is our vision to implement positive healthcare changes that will CREATE OPPORTUNITY and accessible quality healthcare for Black Americans and others.

Latest news

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Annual Health and Wellness Virtual Event 2024

GETTING BACK TO BASICS FOR HEART HEALTHJoin us for an informative virtual event on Zoom which will include a panel discussion on maximizing heart health through fitness and nutrition! Workshops Giveaways Cooking Demo KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Marian Van Dyck-Acquah, MDHackensack Meridian

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Community Health Fair

Hosted by: Concerned Black Nurses of Central NJ (CBNCNJ)Location: St. Paul’s Baptist Church, 7W. Highland Avenue, Atlantic Highlands, NJ 07716Pastor: Dr. Brian Rawls Sr. RN Speakers from CBNCNJ will include: Mental Health, Maternal Health, Stroke/Kidney, and Domestic Violence Free Health

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Stokes gets 3 Scholarships

Angela Stokes recently received 3 Scholarship to pursue her education. She was awarded more than $16,000 (NBNA $5,000.00 CBNCNJ $1200.00 and NJLN $10,000.00). Barbara Sunnervile and Sandra Pritchard attended the NJLN Banquet. 

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CBNCNJ Thanksgiving Baskets 2023

The CBNCNJ continued the tradition of providing food baskets to help bring joy to families this Thanksgiving season. Baskets were created by CBNCNJ members Sandra Pritchard, Barbara Sunnerville and Gloria Bivins.

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Scholarship Luncheon a Success

The CBNCNJ 2023 Scholarship Luncheon was another great event. The theme for the well-attended luncheon was Madri Gras and was an enjoyable way to acknowledge our scholarship recipients.

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Upcoming events

All Upcoming CBNCNJ Meetings will be via Zoom

Due to the Coronavirus situation, we will hold our meetings using Zoom until further notice.
If members have any questions, please contact CBNCNJ president, Terri Ivory.