Weil Foot & Ankle Institute Welcomes Dr. Hannah Park to Glenview Office

  • Dr. Hannah Park, board-certified podiatrist

    Dr. Hannah Park, board-certified podiatrist

 
 
Updated 4/23/2021 8:57 AM

Weil Foot & Ankle Institute the largest podiatry practice in the Midwest and one of the largest in the U.S., which has 37 podiatrists and 28 locations in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin is pleased to announce that Dr. Hannah Park will now see patients in Glenview, IL beginning in May.

Dr. Park is a graduate of Wheaton College where she obtained a degree in Biology. She then attended Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago for her Doctorate in Podiatric Medicine. Dr. Park completed a residency in Podiatric Medicine and Surgical residency from Jesse Brown VA Medical Center. She completed a European fellowship with orthopedic surgeons for foot and ankle reconstruction and surgery and was the first to complete a Pediatric Orthopaedic Fellowship at Advocate Christ in Oak Lawn with Dr. Prasad Gourineni. She has practiced as a pediatric podiatrist at Baylor Scott and White McLane Children’s hospital in Texas before returning to Illinois.

 

Board-certified in podiatric medicine and foot and ankle surgery, Dr. Park is trained to care for all ages and provides care in all aspects of podiatry including pediatric congenital deformities, ingrown toenails, intoeing, flat feet, sports injuries, wound care and she also offers Swift wart treatments. She is passionate about providing quality care and educating her patients and their families.

Dr. Park will welcome patients at the Glenview office located at 1300 Waukegan Rd, Glenview, IL. To request an appointment with Dr. Park please call 847-390-7666 or visit www.weil4feet.com/make-an-appointment.

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