Dr Amir Khan

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Milly Bell

Dr Amir Khan is a devoted full-time GP and best-selling author. His book How (Not) To Have an Arranged Marriage is a Sunday Times Bestseller and Amir has a children’s book, How Families are Made, coming out in 2024. The Doctor Will See You Now (Ebury) is another of Amir’s Sunday Times Bestselling books that tells a heart-warming story of the highs and lows of life as a GP. Amir also contributes to Gardener’s World, BBC Wildlife Magazine, Grazia and Good Housekeeping.

Amir is the resident doctor for ITV’s Lorraine & Good Morning Britain and hosts Dr Amir’s Sugar Crash (Channel 5) and You Are What You Eat (with Trisha Goddard, Channel 5). His charisma and expertise won the hearts of the nation following his original role in GP’s Behind Closed Doors (Channel 5).

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Dr Amir Khan is a devoted full-time GP and best-selling author. His book How (Not) To Have an Arranged Marriage is a Sunday Times Bestseller and Amir has a children’s book, How Families are Made, coming out in 2024. The Doctor Will See You Now (Ebury) is another of Amir’s Sunday Times Bestselling books that tells a heart-warming story of the highs and lows of life as a GP. Amir also contributes to Gardener’s World, BBC Wildlife Magazine, Grazia and Good Housekeeping.

Amir is the resident doctor for ITV’s Lorraine & Good Morning Britain and hosts Dr Amir’s Sugar Crash (Channel 5) and You Are What You Eat (with Trisha Goddard, Channel 5). His charisma and expertise won the hearts of the nation following his original role in GP’s Behind Closed Doors (Channel 5).

Other TV credits include hosting the Science of Sleep (Channel 5) with Gaby Roslin, hosting How to Lose a Stone in a Month (Channel 5) with Ruth Langsford, hosting The Great British Urine Test (Channel 5) with Dr Christian Jessen, ITV Tonight show, BBC Breakfast, ITV This Morning, Sky News.

Amir is the first Ambassador for The National Wildlife Trust and The Butterfly Conservation Society, working closely with them to ensure access to green spaces for inner city children and spreading the word on how being outside with nature is good for your health.

When he’s not in the surgery or on our TV screens, Amir spends his time gardening, baking, running and supporting wildlife conservation!

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