Travis Lane Stork

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Travis Stork
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Stork in San Diego in 2008
Born (1972-03-09) March 9, 1972 (age 43)
Fort Collins, Colorado[citation needed]
Alma mater Duke University
University of Virginia
Occupation Emergency physician and television personality
Spouse(s) Charlotte Brown (June 30, 2012)

Travis Lane Stork (born March 9, 1972, in Fort Collins, Colorado[citation needed]) is an American emergency physician and television personality, best known for appearing on The Bachelor, and as the host of the syndicated daytime talk show The Doctors.

Medical career[edit]

Stork graduated magna cum laude from Duke University with a degree in anthropology. He earned his M.D. from the University of Virginia.[1] He completed his emergency medicine residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee.[2] Before returning to Vanderbilt as a faculty physician, he worked as an attending physician at a private hospital in Colorado. Stork currently divides his time between Nashville and Los Angeles, where he hosts the syndicated television show The Doctors.[3] On October 9, 2013, Stork joined tele health company MDLIVE as chairman of its Medical Advisory Board.[4]

Stork has appeared as a guest on many shows, including The Talk, to discuss medical and health tips. He has also published a book, The Lean Belly Prescription.

The Bachelor[edit]

Stork appeared on Season 8 of The Bachelor. During the season finale of the show, Stork chose schoolteacher Sarah Stone, who coincidentally lived only a few blocks away from his Nashville residence. However, only one week after the show's pre-taped finale aired, the couple announced that their relationship was already over.[5]

Personal life[edit]

Stork married pediatrician Charlotte Brown on June 30, 2012.[6]

In 2009, he appeared as himself in the medical drama Three Rivers.

The Doctors[edit]

In 2007, Stork was cast as the lead host on The Doctors, a Los Angeles-based daytime medical/talk show, produced by Jay McGraw, son of Phil McGraw, which debuted in September 2008.[7] Stork heads a panel of three other physicians from different fields (pediatrics, plastic surgery and obstetrics) as they discuss health issues and answer audience questions.[8] The idea came about from a series of segments that were featured on Dr. Phil, to which Stork is also a frequent contributor.[9]

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Preceded by
Charlie O'Connell
The Bachelor
Season 8
Succeeded by
Prince Lorenzo Borghese