About Basil Maduka

With a diverse range of career experience and skills, Monona, Wisconsin resident, Basil Maduka exemplifies commitment to high professional standards. A member of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association (APNA), Mr. Maduka has practiced nursing throughout the course of his nursing studies, gaining valuable experience with each position. From February to June of 2012, Basil Maduka worked through the AMN Healthcare Network as a psychiatric travel nurse assigned to New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City.

His experience as a travel nurse has afforded him experience in a variety of medical settings. In addition to serving at New York-Presbyterian Hospital, his previous assignment with AMN Network included psychiatric nursing duties at New York’s Metropolitan Hospital. In a travel nurse capacity, Basil Maduka also worked as an emergency psychiatric nurse at St. John’s Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway, New York from August of 2011 until January of 2012.

From 2009 to 2011, Mr. Maduka worked for Reheboth, Inc. in Windsor, Wisconsin as Director of an adult home with four beds. As a Nurse Clinician 3 and Assistant Unit Manager, he worked for the State of Wisconsin at Mendota Mental Health Institute in Madison. During his tenure at the Institute, he received the Extraordinary Contributor Award for his outstanding contributions in such responsibilities as patient and staff education and developing and verifying annual staff competencies. Basil Maduka began working at Mendota Mental Health Institute in 2006 performing patient assessment, diagnosis, and care evaluations.

Currently, he attends the University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh in the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program. With an MSN from the University of North Dakota and a BSN, which he achieved with honors, from the University of Wisconsin, Basil Maduka also holds a degree in law from the University of London Law School in England.


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