Graham's professional journey reflects a diverse and impactful career, showcasing his adept management of projects with international significance. Building from a bachelor's degree in World Religions and East Asian Studies from the University of Waterloo, Graham initiated his career in Korea in 2002, initially supporting Korean academics, business leaders, and governmental agency members in their pursuit of advanced studies abroad.
His fluency in Korean opened doors, leading to his selection by Kyung Hee University Hospital in 2006 to spearhead their global healthcare services initiative. At the cutting-edge 800-bed hospital in Eastern Seoul, Graham pioneered innovative pilot projects, expanding revenue streams beyond Korea's borders. The creation of a Fast-track System for International Patients not only contributed to the hospital's participation in Korea's Hallyu Drive but also showcased his ability to integrate innovation with cultural trends.
Notable achievements include establishing a training program with the Russian Railways Corporation in 2010, resulting in an ongoing patient referral program and revenue increase. Graham's entrepreneurial spirit and stakeholder engagement earned the hospital recognition as a top performer in innovation, receiving the Korean President's award in 2013.
In 2015, Graham founded Medsave Global Assist, collaborating with Yonsei Severance Hospital Systems on telemedicine projects and Health Check Up Centers with Lotte Hotel Group. Shifting focus to supporting international insurance-referred clients from 2017, he expanded the model to Japan, significantly contributing to a 2-billion-dollar industry.
Returning to Canada in 2020 amidst the pandemic, Graham integrated into the local community. In 2022, he managed The IEHP Healthcare Navigator Pilot Program in Niagara, guiding 60 Internationally Educated Healthcare Professionals through the Skills Development Fund project, earning recognition for the impact in the community.
Graham's creative approach was highlighted through his contribution to the winning MaRS Challenge for the Canadian Cancer Society in 2023. This work aligned him with Armstrong Strategy Group, where he strives to help organizations reach their full potential through unique and impactful project outcomes. Passionate and committed, Graham leverages his creative understanding to contribute to the growth of potential within the community.