Hilary Jones (doctor)
Hilary Jones (born 19 June 1953) is a general practitioner, presenter, and writer on medical issues.
Jones qualified as medical doctor at the Royal Free Hospital, London in 1976. He then held various positions, including from 1978 the only medical officer on Tristan de Cunha in the South Atlantic. Returning to the UK he became a junior doctor at Basingstoke Hospital, and from 1982 became a full-time Principal General Practitioner in the Basingstoke area. Jones became a GP Trainer in 1987 and still practises part-time as a National Health Service (NHS) general practitioner .
He is an ambassador of Bliss, the special care baby charity. On becoming an ambassador he said: "I am delighted to become a Bliss Ambassador. I know from personal experience just how valuable their work is in supporting our SCBUs and increasing the survival rate of premature and poorly babies."
As an independent healthcare advisor, Dr. Hilary has been involved with various healthcare companies and promotions, including the Acorn Stairlifts 'Choosing a Stairlift' promotional campaign. He also provides expert advice on the website growingupmilkinfo.com created by Danone's Cow & Gate and Aptamil brands 
Dancing on Ice
Jones participated in the fifth series of the hit ITV celebrity skating show Dancing on Ice series, partnered with Alexandra Schauman, but was voted off on Valentine's Day after Danny Young was saved by the Judges in the skate off.
Jones wrote a weekly column for the News of the World dealing with medical problems and health issues until the newspaper closed in July 2011. He also answered readers' health questions writes in the newspaper's Sunday Magazine. He also answers readers' health problems in Rosemary Conley's Diet and Fitness magazine, and edits and contributes to his own magazine Family Healthcare with Dr Hilary Jones.
Jones has written a number of books on health, and recorded supplementary relaxation tapes and health videos. In August 2009 Jones released the semi-autobiographical book, What's Up Doc?
- Dr Hilary Jones Official website
- Dr Hilary Jones on Twitter
- Dr Hilary Jones at itv.com
- Dr Hilary Jones at the Internet Movie Database
- Hilary Jones Unreality TV
- News of the World blog
- Hodder[dead link] Some of his books
- Marathon ban for TV doctor This is Hampshire, 22 April 2005