As an MSF surgeon, you will supervise all aspects of the surgery department. You could be called to perform a caesarean section in a temporary health facility for displaced people in South Sudan, through to performing a highly technical operation on a child disfigured by noma in Nigeria.
Surgical work with MSF is incredibly varied.
In eight days, we had 328 gunshot wounds, but it was exciting as well as challenging work. John Buckels, MSF surgeon
MSF surgeons are responsible for providing the best surgical care possible for our patients. You will work in close collaboration with the team, training staff in the operating room and on the surgical ward.
Our surgical projects deliver high-quality care, with internationally standardised protocols and hygiene procedures.