Jason Workman

Jason joined Capstone in December of 2015 as IT Manager and is responsible for leading CRHC’s technology strategy as well as managing all IT operations and services. In that capacity, he provides leadership for the continued development of an innovative, robust, and secure information technology environment throughout Capstone’s multiple locations. Jason has worked with FQHC organizations throughout the State of Alabama and brings to Capstone an extensive array of knowledge and skills.

Jason has over 17 years of Information Technology experience. Of those 17 years, he spent more than 6 years as a Network Engineer contracted to various government agencies, served on a team of engineers that supported a network with over 15,000 users, co-owned an IT business, and helped develop a computer repair service center in the local community and still serves as an advisor to that organization.

During his spare time he volunteers on a rescue unit in north Alabama as well as charities that serve the youth, the disadvantaged, and the homeless. He is near completion of his Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Information Systems at Saint Leo University. Jason enjoys spending the rest of his time with his family, hiking, running, doing tai chi, camping, and going on adventures.

About Capstone

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Capstone is a medical home providing access to affordable primary, preventive and wellness services distinguished by mission, vision, integrity, and respect in Walker County and surrounding areas.

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