Wala Lang

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1663 F. T. Benitez Street, Malate, Manila 1004

I. Through the PNA National Office, located at 1663 F.T Benitez Street, Malate Manila
(Mondays-Saturdays, 8:00am - 5:00pm)
1. Get a Membership Slip from the In-charge Guard. Fill up the form.
2. Proceed to the accounting office to settle the fee of P400.00 together with the filled up form.
3. After the payment, encode relevant information required by the Membership Data
System in the provided laptop fronting the Admin Office.
4. You are successfully registered as member once all fields are cleared already.
II. Through PNA Chapters
1. You may register directly to the chapter you belong to. Please click this http://pnaph.org/chapter_phils.asp for the list of Chapter with President and contact details
III. Bank to Bank Transactions(directly to National PNA Account)
1. Membership Fee of P400.00 may be deposited to any of the following banks:
a. Banco De Oro – Paco Branch, Savings Account No. 1650057081
b. Eastwest Bank – Paco Branch, Savings Account No. 010001000956
Account Name: Philippine Nurses Association, Inc.
2. Fax or email deposit slip together with the Membership Form and photocopy of your
PRC license card at (632) 525-1596 or philippinenursesassociation@yahoo.com.ph respectively. 3. Once payment has been verified, a notification will be sent through your indicated contact details.
4. Claiming of Membership ID Cards, may be done by:
a. Securing it personally at the PNA National Office
b. Sending a representative to PNA Office, bringing an authorization letter plus his/her ID cards and a photocopy of your valid ID.
c. Having it sent through Postal Mail. The additional mailing fee of 100php should be included in the deposit to be made.…...

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