Ms. McFadden is also the President, CEO of McFadden and Associates Healthcare Consultants, LLC (MAHCC). MAHCC provides medical/legal consulting services to law firms representing clients who experience negative outcomes as a result of medical encounters. She is a registered nurse with 50 years of diversified experience in long-term care, managed care, and acute care. She has experience in nursing education, health-care administration and quality improvement. Ms. McFadden is also a licensed nursing home administrator. She recently retired from Concord Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (CNRC) as the Executive Director. Prior to leaving, she secured a 4-million-dollar Vital Access Provider Grant jointly funded by New York State Department of Health and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid.
Ms. McFadden has held an Adjunct Faculty position at York College and clinical and classroom faculty positions in the Practical Nursing program for the Vocational Education Extension Board of Nassau County. She has made professional presentations on several topics including Alzheimer’s and Dementia Disorders, standards of nursing practice, managed care organizations, and basic legal aspects for nurses.
She is highly regarded for her community work throughout Long Island. Ms. McFadden currently serves as the immediate past President of the National Coalition 100 Black Women, Long Island Chapter. Under her leadership the Chapter received the designation of Model Chapter by NCBW National in 2017 and 2019 and for Growth in Membership in 2018. She serves on the Urban League of Long Island Project entitled “State of Blacks on Long Island”; and the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce. Her professional affiliations include current membership in the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants and participation in the diversity initiative for the NY Chapter of the American College of Health Care Executives. She is a Trustee Emerita for Mercy Medical Center, Rockville Centre, New York.