MSF Radiology organizes and provides diagnostic imaging services and on the job training according to MSF policies and international standards to improve global health care in collaboration with local communities.

Canadian Radiologists can get involved with the MSF Canada Telemedicine Program.


A volunteer, non-profit organization based in the USA., focusing on work with communities in underdeveloped countries to improve health and livelihood by supplying diagnostic imaging equipment, services, training, and support.


A global charity organization based in Australia with a focus on teaching key clinical skills to radiologists, doctors, and imaging staff around the world. Extensive list of past and current projects can be found on their website.

Strong collaborative relationship with UBC Radiology.


In 2022, USA-based Blue Heron Foundation, led by Dr. Horia Vulpe, launched its most complex project to date, helping displaced Ukrainian cancer patients to access cancer care abroad. Dr. Vulpe has assembled a team of experts from across multiple countries to deliver potentially life-saving treatment to these patients in Moldova and Romania at no cost to the patient. Frequently complex oncologic imaging can be reviewed by a radiologist remotely via a Medicai platform, adding an invaluable contribution to the multidisciplinary management effort.