Dr Ranj Singh is a British doctor who has become a well loved TV presenter and author. A resident doctor on a number of top television programmes, Ranj is admired for his honest approach to health and wellbeing as well as his positive personality.
Best known for his appearances on British television, Ranj co-created the programme ‘Get Well Soon’ for the popular kids channel CBeebies. He also presented the show, where he shared health facts and sang catchy songs about medicine, and was a huge hit with the young viewers due to his lively nature and accessible content. Transitioning into mainstream media in 2018, Ranj is the resident doctor for This Morning and Save Money: Good Health, offering ‘no topic off limits’ guidance to the nation on all things health.
Training in London as an NHS doctor, Ranj is a specialist in children’s health. In 2007 he became a member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health as a testament to his continued work in paediatrics, alongside his media commitments. Additionally, as a homosexual man, Ranj is invested in speaking openly about the importance of gay health and discusses this as live TV doctor. This experience makes him a great speaker on LGBT issues, specifically the health problems faced by people in this community.
Since his rise to prominence on national television, Ranj has published two educational books for children, pairing his medical knowledge with his kids' TV experience. The books titled ‘Food Fuel’ and ‘Skelebones’ explain key health topics in an accessible way and with clear pictures to assist learning. Other opportunities have presented himself to Ranj due to his friendly media appearances, such as the chance to be a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing in 2018. Ranj’s vibrant character shone through as he salsa'd his way to week seven. He is also a regular contributor to online publications NetDoctor and Attitude Magazine.
A talented media personality who has balanced his role as an NHS doctor with his presenting career, Ranj Singh is the ideal personality to host your event. Whether he is educating audiences on health and well being or creating a buzz as the host of an evening, Ranj impresses audiences at every occasion.
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