Dr Zoe Williams graduated from medical school in 2007 before studying at the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology and the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2011 and 2013 respectively. Since then, she has specialised in preventative medicine, sports medicine, female medicine and the promotion of healthy lifestyle choices.
She is a practicing NHS GP and media medic with accolades such as being named on the Pulse Power 50 List as one of the country’s most influential GPs. Outside of the surgery, Zoe is a National Advisor for Public Health England is a clinical advisor to the RCGP. She is also a director and founding member of the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine.
Perhaps surprisingly, Zoe’s first TV experience was on Sky 1’s Gladiators reboot in 2009, and since then she has become a household favourite as one of the country’s most trusted doctors.
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Dr Zoe Williams has been the resident GP on ITV’s popular daytime show This Morning (2016-2021), as well as on The One Show (2017-2020), Horizon (2017-2020) and Trust Me I’m a Doctor (2016-2020). 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.
In 2009, Zoe founded the organisation Sportsgirls, which aims to increase the physical activity of teenage girls by inspiring, educating and motivating them to be healthier and more active. In 2013, workshops were also developed for boys and it was renamed Fit4Life. In 2017, she 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 at the same time, boosting and enhancing their life aspirations.
In 2020, she joined the expedition team as the medical expert on BBC One’s The Heat is On: Sport Relief Challenge, which saw stars including Robert Rinder, Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Nick Grimshaw trek 100 miles across the Namib desert.
Her writing credits include contributing to both Fabulous and Marie Claire magazines. She has worked with a number of top brands in the health, beauty and lifestyle space including Garmin, Nanu Sleep, Ovo and Superdrug. She has partnered with Estee Lauder as one of the faces of their Breast Cancer campaigns, leading the country in a nationwide online self-check.
In addition to her various ambassadorial roles, as one of the country’s most valued professionals in physical health and activity, Zoe’s expertise has led her to work in an advisory capacity across a number of campaigns including MOJU Drinks and Adidas, offering her knowledge and services as a resource for insight in health and wellbeing.
– NHS Healthcare
– Mental Health and Wellbeing
– Female Health, e.g. Menopause and Pregnancy
– TV Presenting
Her combination of skills, knowledge and achievements with her likeable and down-to-earth nature make her an authentic and credible asset for corporate events.