Hilary Jones

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Biographical Information

"Dr Hilary Jones is GMTV's health and medical advisor since 1993. Dr Hilary qualified from The Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, London, in 1976 and held a number of interesting posts for the next few years, including working between 1978 and 1979 as the only medical officer on Tristan de Cunha in the South Atlantic.

"He became a full-time Principal in General Practice in 1982 and a GP Trainer in 1987. He still practises part-time as a NHS GP.

"Hilary first appeared on TV-am in May 1989 on the 'Doc Spot' as the station's regular doctor and medical advisor. He has also co-presented 'The Health Show' with Terry Wogan, and presented three series of 'Loud & Clear', a weekly social action programme for Meridian. He has a regular guest slot on Steve Wright's Radio 2 show discussing medical matters.

"Hilary writes a topical weekly column for the News of the World and deals with readers' medical problems and health issues in the newspaper's Sunday Magazine. He also answers readers' health problems in Rosemary Conley's Diet and Fitness magazine each month and contributes to, and edits, Family Healthcare with Dr Hilary Jones magazine. In addition he has had a number of books published and has also presented a series of relaxation tapes and health videos."[1]


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  1. National Obesity Forum Hilary Jones, organizational web page, accessed June 28, 2013.
  2. LighterLife Weight Loss Expert, organizational web page, accessed June 29, 2013.
  3. Ambassadors, Angelus Foundation, accessed September 13, 2015.