In 1991, a group of members at Belmont Church on Music Row decided to become part of the solution to our broken health care system by starting a volunteer-driven clinic to care for the uninsured and underserved. It would address not just the symptoms, but also the root causes of poor health. Thus, Siloam Health (formerly known as Siloam Family Health Center) was born. Siloam Health is a faith-based, charitably funded nonprofit organization that provides affordable, high-quality, whole-person care to the uninsured in Middle Tennessee as well as health promotion among immigrant and refugee communities. The agency’s goals/outcomes for the year include: create Care Plans for 80% of patients with poorly controlled diabetes (A1C>9%) seen at the Primary Care Clinic; increase the percentage of pneumococcal vaccines by 10% in previously unvaccinated, eligible patients, as identified in quarterly care gap reports; and recruit 30 volunteer teams to teach 30 newly arrived refugee families on fundamental health topics such as what to do in an emergency, nutrition and food safety, mental health, and utilization of first aid and pharmacy.