Dr Amir Khan Agent

Dr Amir Khan is a devoted full-time GP and best-selling author working in inner city Bradford. His charisma and expertise won the hearts of the nation following his original role in GP’s Behind Closed Doors (Channel 5).

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 debut fiction ‘How Not to have an Arranged Marriage’ (Pan Macmillan) will be released in September 2023.

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.

The Doctor Will See You Now (Ebury) is Amir’s Sunday Times Bestselling book 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 first Ambassador for The National Wildlife Trusts 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!

Agent Dr Amir Khan is a full time NHS GP working in inner city Bradford, and resident GP on ITV Good Morning Britain and Lorraine. NHS Doctor • Best Selling Author •Ambassador @wildlifetrusts @savebutterflies @goodgrieftrust • Columnist @AJEnglish + @Yorkshire_Life

Amir qualified with an honours degree in medicine (MBChB) from the University of Liverpool in 2004.  He worked his junior doctor years and did his GP training (MRCGP) in and around Merseyside, qualifying as a GP in 2009.  During this time he completed his Diploma in Child Health (DCH) and Diploma from the Royal College in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (DRCOG), giving him particular expertise in children’s and women’s health. 

Amir has also completed his Diploma in Diabetes (DipDiab) and is a GP with a specialist interest in Type 2 Diabetes. He has also specialised in minor surgery and joint injections.

Soon after qualifying, Amir completed his Post Graduate Diploma in Education (PGCE) and became a GP Trainer and has been training GP trainees since 2011, being awarded RCGP “GP Trainer of the Year” in 2018 for his work with trainees in difficulty.  He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer for both Leeds Medical School and the University of Bradford. 

He has won many awards for his work with undergraduate students including a Clinical Excellence Award for his work on multi-disciplinary teaching.  He has also helped develop post graduate courses for Physician Associates and Advanced Practitioners.

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Amir’s passions outside of medicine include wildlife conservation and he is the first Ambassador for The National Wildlife Trusts 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.

He is also fronting the “Insect A+E” Campaign” for The National Butterfly Association and Bumblebee Conservation Trust, encouraging everyone to plant insect friendly plants in their garden.  He is also a keen gardener, runner, fitness enthusiast, traveller and baker.

Television Experience:

GPs Behind Closed Doors, Channel 5: 2018-2019

The Science of Sleep, Channel 5 co-hosted with Gaby Roslin: 2019

The Veg Patch Diaries: 2018-present: ITV Yorkshire and Humber

How to Lose Weight for Christmas, Channel 5: Co-hosted with Ruth Langsford :2019

The Great British Urine Test: Channel 5 Co-hosted with Dr Christian Jessen.

BBC Breakfast 2018- present, Medical Expert

Lorraine, ITV: medical Expert: Resident Doctor

This Morning, ITV: Medical Expert 2020

Sky News: Medical Expert 2019-present

Look North BBC: 2018-present, Medical Expert

Dr Amir’s Sugar Crash: Channel 5

You Are What You Eat: Channel 5

Book: Available in Hardback and Paperback

The Doctor Will See You Now: with Ebury, Penguin.:  Now a Sunday Times Bestseller!

Dr Amir Khan, who appeared on the Channel 5 show GPs Behind Closed Doors during its series at the Ridge Medical Practice and who often appears on national television shows to share health advice and tips, has penned ‘The Doctor Will See You Now’ ,which promises his “insider’s account of what REALLY goes on at our GP surgeries”.

“Charting his 15 years working as a GP, from rookie to becoming a partner in one of the UK’s busiest surgeries, Dr Amir Khan’s stories are as much about community and care as they are about blood tests and bodily fluids,” says the book’s synopsis.

“Along the way, he introduces us to the patients that have taught him about love, loss and family – from the regulars to the rarities – giving him the most unbelievable highs and crushing lows, and often in just 10 minutes.

“There is the unsuspecting pregnant woman about to give birth at the surgery; the man offering to drop his trousers and take a urine sample there and then; the family who needs support through bereavement, the vulnerable child who will need continuing care for a long-term health condition; and, of course, the onset of Covid-19 that tested the surgery at every twist and turn. But, it’s all in a day’s work for Amir.

“The Doctor Will See You Now is a powerful story of hope, love and compassion, but it’s also a rare insider account of what really goes on behind those surgery doors.”

Announcing the news, Dr Khan said: “I’ve been a doctor now for just over 15 years and I’ve been a GP for 10 years, which has been a really excellent experience.

“During that time I’ve had the highest of highs taking patients and communities and families through incredible journeys and sometimes it has been the lowest of lows through tragedies and loss, depression, mental health issues and that kind of thing.

“At the same time, I’ve had amazing support from my colleagues, from my best friends who work alongside me and we’ve had such a laugh at times, but we’ve been through tough times together including the recent coronavirus pandemic and how that affected us.”

Dr Khan, who has become well-known on social media, often shares humorous stories about his mum, Mama Khan, who also makes an appearance in the book.


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