Dr Sarah Jarvis trained at Cambridge and Oxford. She became a GP in 1990 and was a partner in the same practice from 1990 - 2017. She now works regularly as a GP locum. In 2017 she became Clinical Director of Patient.co.uk - an international patient information website with 250m visitors per year.
Sarah entered the world of medical media entirely by accident, through work with the Royal College of GPs (first as trainee rep on Council and later as chair of the Women's Taskforce). She still hasn't quite worked out how she ended up in the media spotlight - she did one interview and the phone hasn't stopped ringing since!
She is a member of the advisory board for the British Journal of Cardiology and is on the patient group of Heart UK, as well as being a resident doctor on Good Housekeeping and on BBC Radio 2, appearing on Jeremy Vine's programme on Monday afternoons. She also appears regularly on Radio 5 live, Radio 4, Daybreak and ITN lunchtime news.
Her books include 'A Younger Woman's Diagnose-It-Yourself Guide to Health', 'Diabetes for Dummies' and 'Pregnancy for Dummies'. Her other writing projects include 'Child Health for Dummies' and a book on the ethics of dying, co-authored with John Humphrys.
She has two children and her hobbies include historical re-enactments (with Regency murder mysteries a particular favourite!).
"Sarah was a great speaker" TPP for the SNUG Dinner - June 2015
"Thank you very much again for your excellent moderation of the event. You articulately and elegantly presented the issues at stake and skilfully steered the debates. All in all, your moderation was critical to the success of the event." Roadmap for Sustainable Healthcare Conference in Brussels for AbbVie, Philips and the European Steering Group - March 2015
Probably most widely known as The One Show's very own GP, Dr Sarah Jarvis appears regularly on TV and radio and is Good Housekeeping's resident doctor.
Dr Dawn is a part time GP in Gloucestershire, co-presenter of Channel 4's Embarrassing Bodies and regularly appears on TV and in the media, talking and writing on medical issues.
GP and comedy writer. A regular on BBC comedy as well as on medical programmes, and a very popular after dinner speaker and awards host. He has won the Writers' Guild and a Silver Sony Award for a Radio 4 series. A brilliant speaker.