Dr. St. Amant received his medical degree from the University of Alabama, Birmingham School of Medicine. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at the University of Virginia.
Dr. St. Amant worked as a firefighter for the city of Auburn from 1996 -2001 and joined the U.S. Air Force prior to medical school in 2002. He served four years on active duty with the 96th Medical Group stationed at Eglin AFB in Florida after completing his Emergency Medicine Residency. Dr. St. Amant was deployed 3 times overseas serving in Haiti, Iraq, and Afghanistan as the physician on both a Tactical Critical Care Evacuation Team and Mobile Forward Surgical Team. He is currently still a Lieutenant Colonel in the Air Force Reserves.
Dr. St. Amant moved to Franklin, Tennessee in 2013. He is an attending Emergency Physician at Ascension Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital and is board-certified in Emergency Medicine. He is also a fellow of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine.
Dr. St. Amant is married with two children. He is a licensed helicopter pilot and in his spare time enjoys running, fishing and travel.