Jason Patnosh, Associate VP, Partnership and Resource Development - Jason works with NACHC’s divisions and external partners to align goals and projects that mutually benefit all parties. Jason has helped to navigate successful proposals to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Retirement Research Foundation, Johnson and Johnson Foundation, Pfizer Foundation, Siemens Foundation, several federal agencies, and has introduced new partnerships with innovators and start-ups from the health technology sector. For the past two years, he has worked with the PACE@CHCs collaborative.
Jason began at NACHC in 1999 with Community HealthCorps, eventually growing to the role of Deputy Director by 2006. Jason served as NACHC’s Director of Partnership Development from 2006-2007 and helped to raise nearly $3 million dollars for health centers and NACHC. In November 2007, Jason returned to the Community HealthCorps project as the National Director and coordinated the receipt of over $60 million dollars in federal support from AmeriCorps over the next seven years. Jason served as co-chair of Voices for National Service, a coalition of national service programs that successfully advocated for additional appropriations to support national service and represented the sector in meetings with the White House and Congressional Leaders.
Jason has served as NACHC’s lead liaison for the field and partners responding to natural disasters across the country. Jason has helped to strengthen partnerships for NACHC and health centers with national relief organizations like Americares and Direct Relief, along with connecting new partners with health centers to support disaster relief. During COVID-19, Jason has coordinated internal cross-agency meetings, worked with teams to rapidly develop, and deploy resources for health centers, and brought in new partners to help support NACHC’s COVID-19 relief efforts, as well as deploy millions of dollars in philanthropic support to health centers nationwide.
Jason received his Bachelor’s of Science in Emergency Health Services at George Washington University. He enjoys traveling, cooking, and spending time with his wife, son, and dog.
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