The Health Hour On LBC
Free Medical Advice
If you're too afraid to go to the doctor, want some advice on forthcoming surgery or are looking for some simple medical advice without making an appointment, we're here to take your calls, texts, tweets and emails.
Our experts are on hand with top medical advice.
Dr Sneh Khemka is a leading doctor and has been giving advice on LBC’s health hour for a few years. He originally trained as a general doctor before specialising in surgery, and is also an honorary member of the Faculty of Public Health. In his spare time, Sneh works as an expedition medic, supporting people who are raising funds for charity, and has had a few adventures, including summiting Kilimanjaro twice, cycling Vietnam, Cuba and Mexico, taking husky dogs across the Arctic Circle and horse-riding across Mongolia.
Sneh has worked extensively in the NHS and privately, as well as in a number of other countries. He has a wide medical expertise and patients love his bedside manner, ability to tackle complex issues, and willingness to listen.
Dr Daisy Bennett is a practising NHS and private GP. She qualified from the world-renowned Guys and St Thomas's Hospitals, London. She has been practising medicine for over 15 years and has a degree in medicine and surgery, a well as Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
She is active in medico-politics as the divisional treasurer of the British Medical Association (BMA) and as a BMA representative represents over 153,000 doctors in the UK. Through this role, she is involved in shaping health care policy in the UK. She is also passionate about producing the next generation of top doctors, in her role as Lead GP Tutor and Examiner for medical students at Imperial College, London.
In her spare time she loves to play tennis and dabbles in golf. She is on the committee at the Wentworth Club, where she is soon to be Lady Captain. Through this role she is actively fund raising for charities that are close to her heart. She enjoys travelling and loves to experience different cultures.
Her father was a doctor and her mother was a broadcaster, so it was inevitable that one day she would enter the world of medical broadcasting. She has two daughters who keep her on her toes!