The Medical Foundation of Nashville was established in 2018, when it transferred the charitable and educational programs of the Nashville Academy of Medicine, including Project Access Nashville Specialty Care (PANSC), which was established in 2005. The Medical Foundation of Nashville empowers the community by supporting health access, promoting healthy lifestyles, championing health and medical education, and cooperating with other charitable entities to work towards a healthier Nashville. Specific activities include public health education, coordinated charity care (Project Access Nashville Specialty Care), and education for physicians and physicians in training. The funds requested in the application will support specialty care coordination between safety net clinics, volunteer physicians, and low-income, uninsured Nashville residents. 370 of 400 (92.5%) patients will have their immediate crisis needs met by being successfully placed with a volunteer physician specialist, which includes full access to have their specialty care needs met by that specialist as well as any ancillary or hospital services needed.170 of 370 (45.9%) patients will have their specialty care need resolved within 12 months of enrolling with PANSC, which includes establishing a relationship with a volunteer physician specialist for their care within that specialty and attending follow-up visits as prescribed by the specialist.