Ray Hargreaves, M.D.
General, Laparoscopic, and Cancer Surgery
Dr. Hargreaves received his medical degree from Vanderbilt University Medical School in 1985.
He attended the Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster Pennsylvania prior to obtaining his medical degree and earned his Bachelors degree Cum Laude in 1981. While attending college he was a part of Phi Bete Kappa and a member of the Black Pyramid Society, which is a 13 member honor society.
His surgery residence in General & Peripheral Vascular Surgery was completed at the University Of Arizona Health Sciences Center, located in Tuscon Arizona, where he was nominated for Medical Student-Selected House Officer of the Year for three consecutive years.
He has worked as a surgeon in Haiti, twice, at The Christian Mission of Pignon, under Medical Director, Dr. Guy Theodore, FACS.
From, June to July of 2006 he served as Chief Surgeon for Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), better known as “Doctors Without Borders”. Their mission is located in Monrovia, Liberia (West Africa).
He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Hargreaves has staff privileges at St Thomas as well as Baptist Hospital.
He enjoys soccer, reading, traveling, and experiencing new cultures and customs.