History

The New Taipei City Nurses’ Association (NTCNA) was founded in January 1971 and reincorporated in July 1985 in accordance with the national Regulations Governing Nursing Personnel.
The NTCNA had a membership of 15,658 at the close of 2014. Of these, 9,161 (59%) worked for hospitals, 3,024 (19%) worked for medical clinics, 1,861 (12%) worked for long-term care institutions, 532 (3%) worked for schools, 351 (2%) worked for local health bureaus, and 129 (1%) worked for manufacturers. Additionally, 126 (0.8%) held positions as nursing educators at institutes of higher learning and 474 (3.2%) held non-affiliated or individual memberships.


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