Doctor Bill Lloyd is medical contributor to CNN. Every weekend his Living Well segment airs during broadcasts of CNN LIVE SATURDAY. He also regularly appears on HLN's Nancy Grace Show. Living Well is a departure from most cable medical features. Doctor Lloyd helps viewers navigate the complexities of modern health care with plainspoken, commonsense advice. Recent subjects include how to avoid overpaying for sunglasses, the best way to control perspiration, and why arguing with your doctor can prolong your life! You can check out all of his appearances here: Dr. Bill Lloyd Television
Nancy Grace Show - Headline News, Atlanta
Expert Medical Reviewer
Healthgrades, Denver, CO
WOAI-TV, San Antonio, TX
KSAT-TV, San Antonio, TX
B.S. Engineering United States Military Academy, West Point
Medical School - Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences (Bethesda, MD)
Graduate - US Army Command & General Staff College
Fellowship in Eye Pathology - Wills Eye Hospital (Philadelphia)
Anatomic Pathology Residency
Trained in forensics under Dr. Vincent DeMaio (over 500 autopsies)
Graduated Army Primary Flight School - Rotary Wing
US Army Airborne School
US Army Ranger School
US Army Pathfinder School
Surgeon - 2nd Ranger Batallion, 75th Ranger Regiment
Instructor - Combat Casualty Care Course
Surgeon General 'A' Designator (Specialist Recognition)
Order of Military Medical Merit
Legion of Merit
Meritorious Service Medal (2OLC)
Expert Field Medical Badge
Doctor Bill Lloyd is an experienced surgeon, clinician and award-winning medical educator. He received his bachelor degree in Military Engineering from the U.S. Military Academy (West Point) and was commissioned in the Army Corps of Engineers. He entered the charter class of the Uniformed Services University and received his M.D. in 1980. He then served as a military surgeon.
Doctor Lloyd is board certified in both Ophthalmology and Anatomic Pathology. He retired from active military service in 1999 after receiving the Order of Military Medical Merit. Doctor Lloyd is currently Professor of Ophthalmology and Pathology at the University of California, Davis School of Medicine. He is medical director of Ophthalmic Pathology in the Department of Ophthalmology & Vision Science.
Doctor Lloyd has authored or co-authored more than 50 original scientific manuscripts, research abstracts, and medical textbooks, including Strategic Career Management for the 21st Century Physician published by the American Medical Association. He is a reviewer for several leading medical journals and is a six-time recipient of the AMA Physician’s Recognition Award.
Doctor Bill Lloyd is also a physician broadcaster. M3W Media, Inc. was launched in 1994 to produce and syndicate health and medical broadcast content for radio audiences nationwide. Current projects include the daily popular information vignettes America’s Health Almanac and HomeSafe, both airing daily over Sirius Satellite Radio. Additional broadcast credits include Health Radio Ltd, NBG Radio Networks, TalkAmerica Radio Network, Jones Radio Network, and Pegasus Communications.
You can also find Doctor Lloyd on the world wide web where, as contributor and consultant to WebMD (www.webmd.com), he launched the Eye & Vision Disorders community – one of the busiest forums at WebMD. Doctor Lloyd shares his rich clinical experience as an expert Medical Reviewer for Healthgrades, the leading online resource for comprehensive information about physicians and hospitals. Doctor Lloyd also produces online content for MSNBC, ABC News, and America Online.
Doctor Bill Lloyd is medical contributor to CNN. Every weekend his Living Well segment airs during broadcasts of CNN LIVE SATURDAY. Living Well is a departure from most cable medical features. Doctor Lloyd helps viewers navigate the complexities of modern health care with plainspoken, commonsense advice. Recent subjects include how to avoid overpaying for sunglasses, the best way to control perspiration, and why arguing with your doctor can prolong your life!