Dr James Davies is the Conservative Member of Parliament for the Vale of Clwyd. He was re-elected MP for the Vale of Clwyd in 2019.
James was born in St Asaph and brought up in Prestatyn, and has family going back many generations in Rhyl and Denbigh.
James is married to Nina, a district nurse, and has two young children.
He represented Prestatyn as a local councillor for 11 years, before being elected Member of Parliament for the Vale of Clwyd between 2015 and 2017.
James has worked as a doctor within the NHS for 15 years and undertook junior doctor training at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd in Bodelwyddan. He was a clinical champion for dementia for a number of years. Between the 2017 and 2019 elections, he spent a year practising in Rhyl and many more months in other practices and Out of Hours services in the region. This provided an invaluable insight into the full extent of failure within the Labour-run devolved Welsh NHS.
James enjoys spending time with his young family, local community work, walking, travel, Spanish and DIY. He is a member of the British Medical Association, the Royal College of GPs, the National Trust, the Rotary and the Campaign for Real Ale.
He is proud to be again representing the area he cares about.
Since returning to Parliament, James has been elected as a member of the Health and Social Care Committee and as Chairman of the Mersey Dee North Wales All-Party Parliamentary Group.