Eliminating disparities in hypertension control through dialogue, partnership, evidence and innovation.

The National Hypertension Control Roundtable (HTN Roundtable) is a coalition of public, private, and nonprofit organizations dedicated to eliminating disparities in hypertension control through dialogue, partnership, evidence and innovation. The HTN Roundtable prioritizes supporting people in controlling their blood pressure wherever they live, learn, work, play and pray; and equitably advancing patient care to increase hypertension control.

Call for Applications: The Sal Lucido Hypertension Hero Award (Deadline extended to 7/31/2024)

In memory of Sal Lucido and his contributions to the HTN Roundtable, our annual Hypertension Heroes Award will be re-named in Sal’s honor. We seek innovative, collaborative programs or partnerships addressing inequities in hypertension control. You may nominate your organization; nominations do not have to be members of the Roundtable.

An objective subcommittee of the Roundtable will review applications. The recipient will be announced at our annual summit in the Fall.

Nominations will be accepted through July 31, 2024

Submit a Nomination

Meet our Three Hypertension Hero Award Honorees

During the NHCR 2023 Annual Summit, Racing to the Top to Bring Down Blood Pressure, we announced our three honorees for our inaugural Hypertension Hero Award.

This award is for individuals or organizations that have demonstrated innovative, collaborative programs or partnerships that addressed inequities in hypertension control. These three awardees were selected from several impressive applications. Please join us in congratulating the California Right Meds Collaborative, Midvale Community Building Community, and Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation.

The Roundtable Opportunity

The destructive nature and complications of uncontrolled hypertension can be avoided with the use of evidence-based interventions and multi-sector engagement and support. The innovative partnerships among the roundtable members highlight how the public and private sector can actively play a role in celebrating, adapting, and expanding these interventions across the United States to achieve health equity.

Meet our leaders