Providing primary care at a remote refugee camp. Running a clinic for patients with tuberculosis or HIV. Caring for trauma patients at a large Ministry of Health hospital. The work of a doctor with Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is incredibly diverse, and dependent on the specific needs of the people we’re working with.

The work is challenging, and often involves balancing clinical care with management and training for colleagues.

Read the blog posts below to find out more about life as an MSF doctor, or click here to find out more about applying to join the team.

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