Dr. Ranj is a fresh, dynamic and popular personality in the medical media world. He is a successful NHS doctor, specialising in the care of children and young people, and also an exciting new TV talent.
Dr. Ranj grew up in Medway, Kent, before moving to London to go to university. He trained at Guy's, King's & St. Thomas' Hospitals School of Medicine and qualified in 2003 with degrees in Medicine and Pharmacology. Since then he has worked in a variety of adult and paediatric specialities, in a range of district general and teaching hospitals.
His interest in Paediatrics led to him specialising in this field, and in 2007 he became a member of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
Alongside his medical career, Dr. Ranj has developed an impressive media profile and featured in various projects across TV, radio, printed press and online. He is the co-creator and presenter of the pioneering CBeebies' show Get Well Soon, and also has a kids' health segment on ITV This Morning.
Being the only TV doctor who specialises in children, young people and families gives Dr. Ranj a unique and valuable viewpoint. His experience and expertise make him the ideal spokesperson on medical issues in the media, and his charisma, style and natural ability to convey information to any audience have made him a household name amongst children and adults alike. His growing social media presence and following are testament to his popularity and appeal.
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