Dr Hilary Jones is an accomplished medical doctor and long serving television and radio presenter who has worked tirelessly to raise the profile of good public health and improve the lives of millions of British people. Qualifying as an MD in 1978 it would be some time before Dr Jones would make his first appearance as a TV presenter, spending time instead as a Naval medical officer and local NHS GP. In 1989 however Jones became the medical TV presenter for TV-am and continued to appear regularly on GMTV after it replaced the original broadcast.
When GMTV was replaced by Daybreak and Lorraine in 2010 Dr Hilary Jones continued to work as the medical advisor and one of the main TV presenters for both programmes, his duties included raising public awareness of topical health concerns as well as providing an in depth look into medical developments and procedures. During his time on Daybreak, and more recently Good Morning Britain Dr Jones has presented special segments on contraception, surgery and cancer treatment.
As well as working as a TV presenter Dr Hilary Jones continues to practice medicine and also acts as the Ambassador for a number of high profile British medical charities including Bliss, the charity for premature and unwell babies, the British Heart Foundation and the Meningitis Research Foundation. Dr Jones regularly contributes to blogs and provides online medical advice, including performing ground breaking Twitter clinics.
Dr Hilary Jones has also worked as the medical advisor and radio presenter on Steve Wright’s BBC Radio 2 programme for a number of years.
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Listen to Dr Hilary on Good Morning Britain discussing the NHS and E-Cigarettes: