Dr Anthony Renshaw provides medical advisory for multiple leading global organisations across the academic, resources, banking, infrastructure, manufacturing, government and professional services sectors. He has expensive expertise in emergency response and managing public health crises, including pandemic planning.
Since joining International SOS in 2008, Anthony has overseen healthcare delivery and consulting platforms across China, Mongolia, Sakhalin, Korea and Japan; led community health programs in the Pacific; run remote health services across Australia; and worked in correctional services and defence health. He has consulted widely across Africa, Europe and Asia-Pacific focusing on global health security, occupational medicine and emergency care. He has a keen interest in the interplay between global health and the private sector. Prior to joining the company he was a surgeon in the UK and South Africa.
Anthony is a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, where he is an Associate Member of the Faculty of Rural, Remote and Humanitarian Healthcare. He is a Founding Fellow of the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management, and a Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health. He holds a doctorate in reconstructive surgery from UCL, and an Executive MBA from INSEAD. He read medicine at the University of Manchester, where he also holds degrees in immunology and oncology.