Jason Pilant currently serves as the President and Chief Administrative Officer of Roane Medical Center, a member hospital of Covenant Health. Prior to that, he was the Vice President/Chief Operating Officer at Roane Medical Center.
Jason began his career in medical device sales and manufacturing before moving into hospital contract management. He joined Covenant Health in 2007 and has worked in various project management and operations roles for the health system, at LeConte Medical Center, Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center, and Roane Medical Center.
An East Knoxville native, Pilant earned his bachelor’s degree in nutrition and food science from the University of Tennessee and his master’s degree in business with a concentration in IT project management from Lincoln Memorial University.
Pilant is a Fellow in the American College of Health Care Executives (ACHE) and is the past President and Board member for the East Tennessee Healthcare Executives Association. He was a past winner ACHE’s early careerist award, and a Knoxville’s Business Journal 40 under 40 recipient. He has won the Vizient (VHA) Innovation award and Covenant Health’s President’s Award for his efforts on direct medical pack fabrication and distribution to hospitals.
Why I work for Covenant Health:
“I believe in Covenant Health, not only because that is where I and my family receive all our medical care, but because they believe in me. Throughout my time at Covenant Health, I have felt like they wanted to see me succeed, because in turn, I could help the organization succeed. I have never felt more supported or appreciated any place I have worked like I do here. I am loyal to Covenant Health and its mission and values because Covenant Health makes sure I have the ability to put them into action. It makes a difference when you have a company that believes in its people and in improving their talents in order to drive the outcomes expected for our patients. That’s why I am Covenant Health!”