Dr Zoe Williams MBBS, DRCG and MRCGP is a practicing NHS GP and media medic. Zoe is currently one of the resident GP’s on ITV’s popular daytime show ‘This Morning’ and has worked on ‘The One Show’, ‘Horizon’ and ‘Trust Me I’m a Doctor’.
Her strength lies in sharing knowledge with the viewing public, specialising in debunking the confusing world of medicine, in a warm, down to earth and straightforward manner. Her broadcast career has seen Zoe become a household favourite as one of the country’s most trusted doctors.
Zoe is a very popular broadcaster with audiences and her appearances have seen her take part in a range of shows from BBC’s House of Games and the Wheel to Channel 4’s Stand up to Cancer to ITV’s hit show Catchphrase. Never one to shy away from a challenge, Zoe took part in The Real Full Monty on Ice which saw the celebrity contestants take their clothes off to highlight the importance of checking your body for cancer.
Outside of the surgery Zoe is a National Advisor for Public Health England and is a clinical advisor to the Royal College of General Practitioners. She is also a director and founding member of the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine.
In 2017, Zoe founded the non-profit organisation Fit4LifeCIC, which aims to have a positive and long term impact on young people who have the most challenging lives. The organisation helps these youngsters to create their own physical activity programmes to improve not only their health, but also their wellbeing and enhancing their life aspirations.
Zoe contributes weekly to Fabulous magazine with her Ask Dr Zoe column.