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DR PUNAM KRISHAN

Dr Punam Krishan 

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GP, BBC Morning Live Resident Doctor & Author

• 'BBC Morning Live' resident doctor

• The Maternal GP

• Doctor for BBC Radio Scotland 'Phone In Surgery'

• Author of 'How to be a doctor and other life-saving jobs'

• Podcast host of 'The Medic Mum'

Biography

Dr Punam Krishan MBCHB MRCGP DFSRH is a practising NHS GP and media medic based in Scotland.

Currently, Dr Punam, is one of the resident GP’s on popular daytime show 'BBC Morning Live' as well as being the resident GP on BBC Radio Scotland where she holds a phone in surgery covering anything and everything related to health and lifestyle.

As a mother to two young kids, she has a specialist interest in maternal and family health as well as mental health. Recognising a need to offer parents a real talking, easy-to-understand format when it comes to looking after their family needs, Punam set up 'The Medic Mum' Podcast during the COVID-19 pandemic with a fellow GP mother. As a 'lockdown mum' herself, she connected with thousands of parents where the conversations connected health to reality. It has been hugely popular and the podcast was shortlisted for 'Best Podcast' at the Glomama Awards 2022.

A keen writer, Punam’s credits include Vogue, Hello, and Grazia but she also regularly reports on health news as a broadcaster on TV, on the radio and in the papers. She is a columnist for The I, and was shortlisted for the 'British Journalism Awards' 2021 for 'Comment Journalism'. She has recently authored her first children’s book “How to be a doctor and other life-saving jobs.”

She identifies as being Scottish-Indian and is always keen to bring both elements of her vibrant cultures to the scene.

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