Raghu is a Toronto-based emergency physician. He teaches medicine at the University of Toronto as an Assistant Professor of Medicine. He is an attending staff physician at the Toronto General Hospital and Toronto Western Hospital.
He served on the Board of Directors of MSF-Canada for two years and has completed MSF missions in Burundi, Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo. He has worked in crisis as well in Albania and Kosovo, and assisted with the development of emergency medical systems in Tanzania, West Bank/Gaza and Ethiopia. Raghu completed his training at McGill University, Dalhousie University, Harvard University and Johns Hopkins University.
A patient with cough and weight loss being examined by Raghu on a visit to an outpatient clinic in rural Burundi. The patient was referred to hospital for further testing and treatment. The largest number of patients seen by MSF are in such ambulatory clinics.