Dr Rangan Chatterjee has been a practicing GP for nearly 20 years. He is currently regarded as one of he most influential doctors in the UK and wants to change how medicine will be practiced in years to come. Dr Chatterjee has been names a pioneer, and is changing the way we look at illness.
Rangan hosts the podcast Feel Better, Live More which empowers listeners to lead healthier, happier lives. He also presents a BBC Radio Two show on Sunday nights, where he blends inspirational interviews with feel good music to create a relaxing mood for the listeners preparing for their week ahead. Most recently, Rangan launched a new podcast Built to Thrive, which offers listeners a daily dose wellbeing advice.
Dr Chatterjee is the author of the international best-seller, The Four Pillar Plan, which has become one of the top 10 selling Health titles of the past 5 years. He also co-created the highly acclaimed Prescribing Lifestyle Medicine educational course, which has been delivered to over 400 GPs and healthcare professionals, providing them with a usable framework to apply Lifestyle Medicine principles in medicine.
Rangan regularly features on BBC News and has given an inspirational TED talk on eradicating diseases. He also writes articles in the popular press, including publications such as The Guardian and The Huffington Post. Rangan is known for finding the root cause of people’s problems; he highlighted his methods in the ground-breaking BBC television show Doctor in the House. He has also been placed in the Pulse Power 50 list for influential GPs for two consecutive years.
Dr Chatterjee is a captivating and inspirational speaker, who aims to empower his audiences to become the architects of their own health. He offers a new perspective on the way we approach chronic diseases and our health in general, in order to reshape our lives, and arms audiences with a better understanding of how small changes can dramatically improve their everyday lives.