• Dr Ellie’s TV career started on BBC1, as the in-house medical expert on The Secret Tourist, followed soon after by her GP role on Sky Living’s documentary Claire Richards: Slave to Food. She appeared in BBC1′s Long Live Britain and was one of the key medical experts on two Channel 4′s PRIMETIME health shows, Health Freaks, and Doctor In Your House which aired in 2015. Ellie is currently filming a new diet documentary for BBC3 for summer 2016.

    Ellie has a weekly appearance on Sky News Sunrise as their resident GP.

    She is also regularly seen on ITV news, The Wright Stuff, BBC News and the Victoria Derbyshire programme. Ellie is frequently heard on the radio on LBC and Radio 2′s Jeremy Vine show. 

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  • Ellie is the resident GP for the Mail on SundayMailonline and Woman magazine and writes regularly for other titles including Cosmopolitan, Spectator Health  and has a regular health column in The Jewish News Adding to her online presence, Ellie is now a frequent medical contributor to the popular health site Netdoctor

    She is widely quoted in the popular media on health matters and Prof Brian Cox recently tweeted that her article on the MMR vaccine was a “science communications triumph”.

    Ellie  published her first book; Keep Calm: The New Mum’s Manual,  in March 2014. Her advice for first time parents  is the perfect antidote to guilt-inducing parenting guides and competitive mums.

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    • Have a look at Ellie’s hugely popular baby health advice videos for Calpol
    • The  Ask Dr Ellie page in the Mail on Sunday is here - read the advice
    • Ellie took part in the Spectator Health Debate (the only woman!)
  • Dr Ellie is the current face of general practice – a young, vivacious, approachable doctor – she has seen and done it all despite still being in her 30s.

    From delivering a baby on the floor of her GP surgery to dealing alone with dying patients in the middle of the night, Ellie has a breadth of experience far beyond her years.

    She works in an NHS practice on the world-famous Abbey Road in London and having such a broad family-health practice allows her to speak with authority on a range of issues such as diet, parenting, alcoholism, mental health, dementia and the changing climate of the NHS.


  • Ellie has supported, through print, broadcast, and social media the charity work of Team Margot,  Jo’s Trust and St John Ambulance . She is proud to be a Celebrity Ambassador for Meningitis Now advocating for them both in the media and in Parliament.

    Dr Ellie read medicine at Cambridge University and spent 5 years in hospital medicine, before embarking on a career in General Practice. Ellie combines her clinical and media work with her “proper job” – being a mum to her 2  children.

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