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Samuel L. Maceri, DNSc, RN, NEA-BC

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Assistant Professor
920 Madison, #1059
Memphis, TN 38163
901-448-2692
smaceri@uthsc.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Samuel Maceri began his collegiate career with a BA in philosophy from St. Mary’s College and a BD in Divinity from The Catholic University of America. He began his nursing career by obtaining an AD in Nursing from Memphis State University, and began working in Mental Health at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Memphis.  He received a MPA also from Memphis State University, and after working in the field of mental health for many years, he obtained a BSN from the University of Memphis. He became involved in nursing education at Methodist Hospital School of Nursing and St. Francis Hospital. He has worked as staff and head nurse, Director of Nursing, Assistant Administrator at a small rural hospital and at a local Mental Health Hospital.  He accepted a position at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and was the Director of Nursing Education there for many years. During this time, he obtained MSN and DNSc both from the University of Tennessee, with a concentration in nursing administration. He has been an adjunct faculty for many years for several colleges and universities where he taught Nursing Management, Leadership, Mental Health Nursing, Ethics, World Religions including several graduate courses in Curriculum Design, Scholarly Synthesis and others. He has also been a clinical instructor in Mental Health for many years with Southwest Tennessee Community College and the University of Tennessee. He has been credentialed as a Nurse Executive Advanced, Board Certified (NEA-BC) for many years by the American Nurses Credentialing Center for over 10 years. Dr. Maceri has been with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center since September, 2016, and teaches Leadership and Health Care Policy along with clinical instruction in Mental Health at Memphis Mental Health Institute. He also is a regular faculty member of the Foundations of Faith Community Nursing Course, teaching the Ethical Issues section. 

Last Published: Sep 28, 2017