Dr Farrukh Rauf is a consultant physician in respiratory and general medicine, practising out of our BMI Birmingham Hospitals.
Dr Rauf graduated from King Edward Medical College in Pakistan in 2003 and went on to complete his core medical and then dual specialist training in the NHS, achieving his certificate of completion of training (CCT) in respiratory and general internal medicine in 2016. Dr Rauf was later appointed as a consultant in The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.
Dr Farrukh Rauf has a particular interest in teaching and training. He participates in training the committee of the regional respiratory trainees and is a clinical tutor at University Hospital Birmingham.
Dr Rauf’s clinical interest includes seeing a range of respiratory presentations, including cough and breathlessness of unclear causes, airway diseases, haemoptysis and respiratory infections.
His specialist interests are sleep breathing disorders and bronchiectasis. He also takes a keen interest in practical procedures especially fibreoptic bronchoscopy and endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS).
Farrukh has a busy job but as soon as he gets home, his three kids make him forget the day’s tiredness. He runs with his daughters in the evening and every Saturday, he coaches his son who wants to be a fast bowler in cricket.