Aerial views of Monrovia, Liberia

Working Globally to Improve Locally

Global Projects

Working with governments to develop clinicians and infrastructure.

Advocating for World Health Parity

Working on the ground to build local health systems by providing medical supplies, training, and population education.

Local Projects

Improving access and education to underserved communities at home.

Health Challenges

Breaking down access barriers to subjects like prostate health and mental wellness through community outreach.


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Support of CGHA supports a better, healthier world for all.

Fighting for Medical & Mental Health Equity

Whether it’s the poorest parts of urban America or a war-torn developing nation, Chicago Global Health Alliance recognizes that the challenges to developing healthy communities are the same: educating the patient population, training the medical community, and providing access to quality, affordable care.

Our mission at CGHA is to tackle these problems and to bring sustainable medical and mental health equity to underserved Chicago communities and to Liberia, as well as other focused global initiatives.

We invite you to learn more about our current initiatives in Chicago and those in Liberia – and why we believe it is important for healthcare professionals to understand the similarities between these two communities if we want to make a lasting difference here and abroad.

Latest Updates

It’s A Weekly Review About Projects (WRAP) Post #7

By |August 7th, 2015|

It was an exciting week here at CGHA as we […]

It’s A Weekly Rant About Projects (WRAP) Post #6

By |July 31st, 2015|

The effects of the Ebola outbreak have left thousands of […]

It’s a Weekly Rant About Projects (WRAP) Post #5

By |July 24th, 2015|

Infectious disease can affect all parts of life. Not only […]

Our Founders

Dr. Murphy is on faculty at Northwestern University in the Department of Urology and at Jesse Brown VA Medical Center. His current research, in collaboration with Dr. Rick Kittles at UIC, explores the possible connection between vitamin D deficiency and prostate cancer risk.
Adam Murphy, MD, MBA, MSCI, Co-Founder & President
As the pastor of Chatham Fields Lutheran Church, Rev. Gee understand the value of community outreach. And as a native Liberian now living in Chicago, he has seen first-hand that the gaps in resources and health care have a profound effect on the under-served from the first world to the most remote corners of the globe.
Reverend Kenety S. Gee, MDiv, Co-Founder & Executive Director

Raising funds for healthcare in Liberia.

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