Dr. Razi completed his MBBS from Dow Medical College and Civil Hospital, Karachi in 1995. He then proceeded for a Masters in Hospital Management from the Nuffield Institute of Health, University of Leeds, UK. After post-graduation he worked at various managerial positions in Quality Management and Human Resource Management at Dewsbury & District Hospital and Yorkshire Denary where he was responsible for shaping of organizational professional development programs.
He then came back to Pakistan and joined the Aga Khan University Hospital. Here he introduced and implemented the clinical audit program and risk management program for the first time at the institution and facilitated clinicians to build integrated clinical care pathways for high risk, high volume and high cost cases.
Then in 2002, he went to London and joined the St. George’s Healthcare Trust as a senior manager for clinical audit. In 2003, he took on a senior managerial position in clinical service/quality at Changi General Hospital, Singapore. Here he developed and implemented the SARS surveillance and audit tool which was highly appreciated by the Ministry of Health (Singapore). During this period he started doing international consultancies for Organization for the Joint Commission International Accreditation. Dr. Razi has facilitated around 15 international hospital/organizations to be accredited by the Joint Commission International in Asia Pacific, Middle East and South Asia regions. In 2006, he became corporate director for quality and performance at the National Guard Health Affairs, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Razi is a trained quality/system auditor and he received his training from Chicago (JCIA) and in patient safety at Harvard University, Cambridge US. He then came back to Pakistan to join South City Hospital in 2008 as chief executive officer. He held the CEO position for one year but due to his busy international consultancy commitment stepped down.