Welcome to The Tennessee Cancer Coalition

The Tennessee Cancer Coalition (TC2) was formed to measurably reduce the burden of cancer on the citizens of Tennessee by implementing a collaborative statewide plan driven by data, science, capacity, and outcomes.

Jason Searcy

Director, Oncology Services, Wellmont Health System 

Jason Searcy, FACHE is the director of oncology services at Wellmont Health System.  His involvement with the Tennessee Cancer Coalition (TC2) began in 2010 as a member and the Northeast Chair.  Searcy was instrumental in rekindling cancer control activity in the Northeast. In 2010 leadership from the Northeast established an executive team to establish a new structure and direction.  They established manageable sub committees aligned with the state cancer control plan and began to commit to meaningful cancer control activity.

Since 2010, Jason continued with his involvement and commitment to TC2 serving on the executive committee.  Jason served as Secretary/Treasurer in 2011 and Vice Chair in 2012.  In 2013, Searcy volunteered the Northeast to host the 9th Annual Tennessee Cancer Coalition Summit.  The Summit and its success further demonstrated the Northeast’s commitment and involvement to reduce the burden of cancer among Tennesseans in the Northeast.

Jason was born and raised in Louisiana.  He graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis, TN and received masters in business administration (MBA) for Southeastern Louisiana University.  He later attended the University of Alabama Birmingham earning his Masters of Science in Healthcare Administration (MSHA).  Jason is a fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.  Today, Jason lives in Bristol, TN and is happily married to Randi Bowers Searcy.  They have a 4 year old daughter and another on the way due December 25th!

Jason’s goals for TC2 in 2013/2014 are 1) Identify and hire a new program manager 2) sustain TC2 financially, uncovering new and creative ways to create ongoing monetary support 3) Commit to a successful 2014 Summit 4) continue to document meaningful cancer control activity/projects from each region of the state aligned with the new cancer control plan.