Siloam Family Health Center is a faith-based, charitably funded nonprofit that provides culturally-sensitive, whole-person care to the uninsured in Middle Tennessee, health promotion among Nashville’s immigrant and refugee communities, and student education to future health care providers. The agency’s goals/outcomes for the year include: increasing the percentage of Primary Care Clinic patients with controlled blood pressure from 64% to 75%, creating care plans for 80% of patients with poorly controlled diabetes seen at the Primary Care Clinic, and reducing the number of diabetes patients whose diabetes is poorly controlled by 10%.