Alan Levine is chairman, president and chief executive officer of Ballad Health, the largest hospital and health system in Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia.
Levine has served as chief executive officer of hospitals and health systems ranging from a small rural hospital to one of the largest public systems in America. Prior to his current role, Levine was the president and chief executive officer of Mountain States Health Alliance.
Levine served on Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal's cabinet as secretary of Louisiana's Department of Health and Hospitals and as Governor Jindal's senior health policy advisor. He also served as deputy chief of staff and senior health policy advisor to Florida governor Jeb Bush prior to his appointment by Governor Bush to serve as secretary of Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration, an agency responsible for administering a $17 billion budget.
Levine currently serves on the Boards of SCORE Tennessee, the Niswonger Foundation and the Board of Governors of the State University System of Florida, the governing body of Florida's 12 state universities.
Alan has also served on the Board of Directors of the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy and the Foundation for Florida's Future.
He received a bachelor's degree in health sciences, a master's degree in business administration and a master's degree in health sciences from the University of Florida, where he is recognized as a member of the University of Florida Hall of Fame.
His wife, Laura, attended the Florida State University, earning a degree in Nursing and an advanced certificate in Public Health from Loyola. Their son, Terry received his bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Florida and their daughter, Katy attends the Physician Assistant program at Milligan College.