Greg Seager, RN, MSN

Greg Seager is the author of When Healthcare Hurts: An Evidence Based Guide for Best Practices in Global Health Initiatives. When Healthcare Hurts is the first book to look seriously at the challenges of patient safety and developmental safety in global health missions, and it defines evidence-based guidelines through which these issues can be addressed.  

Greg holds a master’s in nursing/ healthcare leadership and management from George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences. His graduate thesis project was on patient safety in global health, and has served as adjunct faculty in the nursing programs at Indiana Wesleyan University and King University.   

Greg is also the Founder and Chief Executive Officer for the Christian Health Service Corps (CHSC), a global healthcare charity that supports a growing list of Christian hospitals across 25 countries. CHSC provides Christ-centered, compassionate healthcare, trains and mentors local healthcare providers, facilitate residency training for family physicians and surgeons, and helps fund hospital infrastructure projects, equipment, and supplies. CHSC has a full-time medical staff that bring lifesaving healthcare to hundreds of thousands of people in 25 countries around the world. Prior to founding Christian Health Service Corps Greg and his wife Candi designed, monitored and implemented global health initiatives in multiple regions; first for a Miami based mission organization and then for Mercy Ships International. Greg is part of the international working group on best-practices in healthcare missions. He also serves as a founding board member for Health For All Nations.