Dr. Francois Harton DPM, FACFAS

403.221.8345

403.221.8356

Calgary Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Clinic

2225 Macleod Trail Southeast, Calgary, Alberta T2G 5B6

Academic Background

Undergraduate: Champlain College, 1991 – 1993

Graduate: Temple University (PCPM), 1993 – 1997

Residency: Emory Northlake, 1997 – 2000

Appointments

Chief, Section of Podiatric Surgery Clinical Lecturer – Department of Surgery, University of Calgary

Hospital Privileges Peter Lougheed Centre Foothills

Medical Centre

Rockyview General Hospital

South Health Campus

Banff Mineral Springs  

Biography

Dr. Francois Harton is a graduate of Temple School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He graduated from a three year surgical residency in reconstructive foot and ankle surgery at Emory Northlake Medical Center in Atlanta, Georgia, one of the few highly sought after residency programs in the United States. He is a member of the Podiatry Institute, an organization committed to teaching other podiatrists throughout the country. Dr. Harton specializes in surgical reconstruction of the foot and ankle, diabetic foot care as well as all general aspects of the the foot and ankle for children, adults and seniors. He is one of the few surgeons in Canada certified to help patients with flatfeet using the hyprocure implant surgical procedure. Over the past 15 years he has enjoyed lecturing in the United States and Canada on some of the new techniques and refinements in foot and ankle care. Dr. Harton is board certified in foot surgery by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and a fellow of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons. He is a member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS,) Canadian Podiatric Medical Association (CPMA) and the Alberta Podiatry Association. He is a clinical lecturer at the University of Calgary and Chief of Section of Podiatric Surgery for the Calgary region.  

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