Hypertension Control Champions

The Million Hearts® Hypertension Control Champions are clinicians, practices, and/or health systems that have achieved exemplar rates of hypertension control.

These Champions are recognized for demonstrating their commitment to help their patients with hypertension manage their blood pressure – achieving a hypertension control rate of at least 80%.

Million Hearts Hypertension Control Champions by State, 2012-2023

Million Hearts® Hypertension Control Champions by State, 2012 to 2023. 167 Champions, across 42 states, caring for approximately 16 million adults. A map of the United States showing the number of Million Hearts® Hypertension Control Champions in each state. Alabama, 0. Alaska, 1. Arizona, 2. Arkansas, 0. California, 8. Colorado, 9. Connecticut, 1. Delaware, 2. District of Columbia, 1. Florida, 7. Georgia, 2. Hawaii, 1. Idaho, 0. Illinois, 5. Indiana, 8. Iowa, 3. Kansas, 4. Kentucky, 3. Louisiana, 3. Maine, 0. Maryland, 3. Massachusetts, 4. Michigan, 5. Minnesota, 2. Mississippi, 1. Missouri, 3. Montana, 1. Nebraska, 1. Nevada, 0. New Hampshire, 1. New Jersey, 4. New Mexico, 1. New York, 19. North Carolina, 0. North Dakota, 2. Ohio, 9. Oklahoma, 3. Oregon, 3. Pennsylvania, 11. Rhode Island, 4. South Carolina, 3. South Dakota, 0. Tennessee, 9. Texas, 5. Utah, 1. Vermont, 0. Virginia, 2. Washington State, 3. West Virginia, 1. Wisconsin, 5. Wyoming, 1.

All these Hypertension Control Champions made blood pressure control a priority. They achieved improved performance by implementing effective strategies like those shared in the the Hypertension Control Change Package [PDF – 1 MB].

Congratulations, 2023 Champions!

Million Hearts Hypertension Control Champions 2023

Million Hearts® is recognizing 24 solo practitioners, large health systems, community health centers, and specialty groups as 2023 Hypertension Control Champions. These Champions were able to achieve blood pressure control for at least 80% of their adult patients with hypertension.

Join us in congratulating these new champions, and check back later to learn more about the 2023 Champions’ successes.

  • Carbondale Family Health Center, Carbondale, Pennsylvania*
  • CCAP Family Health Services, Cranston, Rhode Island*
  • El Rio Southwest Internal Medicine, Tucson, Arizona*
  • Family Medical Center of Michigan, Temperance, Michigan*
  • First Coast Cardiovascular Institute, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Hills and Dales Family Healthcare of Cass City, Cass City, Michigan
  • Hills and Dales Kingston Family Practice, Kingston, Michigan
  • Hills and Dales Ubly Medical Clinic, Ubly, Michigan
  • Holland Health Care, Holland, Ohio*
  • Indian River Primary Care, Vero Beach, Florida*
  • Darrin D. Menard, MD, Scott Family Physicians, Lafayette, Louisiana
  • Navarre Park Family Health Center, Toledo, Ohio*
  • NYC Health + Hospitals / Gotham Health, Morrisania, New York, New York
  • Pinnacle Family Health Center, Tafton, Pennsylvania*
  • Rosalind Rabin, MD, Stanton Internal Medicine, Brighton, Massachusetts
  • James Shina, MD, Steward Medical Group, Austintown, Ohio
  • TidalHealth Primary Care, Federalsburg, Maryland
  • Valley Professionals Community Health Center, Cayuga, Indiana*
  • Valley Professionals Community Health Center, Clinton, Indiana*
  • Valley Professionals Community Health Center, Crawfordsville, Indiana*
  • Valley Professionals Community Health Center, South Terre Haute, Indiana*
  • Nancy Van Vessem, MD, Center for Healthy Aging at Capital Health Plan, Tallahassee, Florida
  • Deanna Vroman, MD, Medical University of South Carolina, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina
  • Waymart Family Health Center, Waymart, Pennsylvania*

* Denotes a health care organization that is or includes a health center funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).

Hypertension Control Champions by State

* Denotes a health care organization that is or includes a health center funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).