Meet Dr. King
My career in medical journalism began in the 1990s as the medical reporter at a local TV station in Baltimore. From there, I accepted the position as medical editor at KCBS in Los Angeles. I transitioned to talk show hosting at a national cable network located at Universal Studios in Orlando. A few years later, I was chosen as a co-host of Lifetime TV's "Speaking of Women's Health" and "What Should You Do?" At the same time, I also served as the host of the nationally syndicated talk show "Keeping Kids Healthy" on PBS,
and was honored to win four New York Emmy awards. My passion for children led me to author "The Adventures of Peanut and Penelope," a book designed to teach important life lessons with the help of two mischievous dogs.
Throughout my television career
I was represented by a wonderful agent named John Paradise. John tragically passed away in 2016. Paradise Wellness and Medical Spa was
named, in part, in remembrance of my dear friend.
Being a wellness and medical spa physician has been an amazing transition in my career. For over 20 years I have practiced emergency medicine in hospitals across the country and treated thousands of patients with serious or life threatening
conditions. At Paradise
we develop a partnership with our patients and create a plan for their
internal and external transformation. It's a lot of fun here!