Our mission is to:
Interview with Dr. Paul Cook, member of the Board of Directors
Interview with Jackie Muri, Director, Business Development, Strategy & Foundation, Holy Rosary Healthcare
Interview with Chris Hopkins, Vice President of Strategy and Business Development, Montana Health Network
Interview with Stephanie Goode, Consultant
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March 13, 2013 Press Release - Global Health Equity Foundation's New Home in Geneva, Switzerland
August 31, 2012 Press Release - Momentum Building for Syrian International Coalition for Health
Watch video Highlights from a Consensus Building Forum.
In the image above, Paul Cook leads a discussion about Mental Health.
September 8, 2011 Press Release - Local and International Foundations Support Suicide Awareness Campaign in Miles City
March 25, 2011 - The Miles City Star publishes a front page article on Priorities in Healthcare Delivery in Eastern Montana: A Consensus Building Forum
March 4, 2011 Press Release - Global Health Equity Foundation Hosts its 1st Live Consensus Building Forum in Miles City, Montana USA.
September 20, 2011 - San Francisco film director to document suicides of Eastern Montana, story in Billings Gazette
Global Health Equity Foundation (GHEF) is a non-profit organization seeking to address challenges faced by healthcare providers. The Foundation serves as a catalyst for community awareness, communication, and involvement
We are a 501(c)(3) organization. To make a donation to the foundation, you can send a check to:
Global Health Equity Foundation
615 Main Street
Miles City, MT 59301
"Global Health Equity in Times of Crisis"
Oct 31, 2012
Highlights from the program:
June 12, 2012 - "New Methodology: Analysing Health Equity Gaps" (a Consensus Building Forum) was held at Kings Fund in London, England
May 17, 2010 - First International Symposium in Geneva Global Health Equity Foundation hosted global health leaders at its international symposium in Geneva, Switzerland
Community Based Media Project
In September of 2011, GHEF sponsored a documentary film and other community-awareness events as part of a Community Based Media Project (CBMP) with a focus on suicide prevention. In 2012 CBMP leaders continue to build the awareness and prevention program.