Mr Wilkinson Graduated from the Northern College of Podiatry in 1990 and quickly became interested in Foot and Ankle surgery. After passing membership exams with the Podiatry association in 1994, he secured a surgical training post in South Derbyshire.
After gaining his fellowship in Podiatric Surgery in 1997, Antony continued his training as an SpR in Podiatric Surgery before being appointed as a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon in 2002. He is employed as Consultant and Clinical Head of Podiatric Surgery with Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as well as offering NHS and Private treatments within the independent sector.
Antony was elected Dean of the Faculty of Podiatric Surgery in 2009, a post which he held for 3 years. During this time he was responsible for leading the strategic development of the profession on behalf of the College of Podiatry. He is current chair of clinical governance and Medical advisory committee chair with Ramsay Park hill hospital, representing the hospital consultants from all specialties at national meetings. In 2019, Antony was awarded Fellowship of the Faculty of Podiatric medicine within the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, for outstanding contribution to the profession.
With a strong passion for progression Antony has built a solid reputation for clinical excellence and is committed to providing the best care possible. Since 2010 in line with best practice guidelines all surgical procedures are audited using validated patient reported outcome measures.
As one of the UKs leading Podiatric Surgeon’s and with more than 20 years experience in the field, you can be assured you are in good hands. Antony has undertaken more than 15,000 surgical procedures during his career within the NHS and Private sector.
• CASE accredited in diagnostic ultrasound
• Independent Prescriber
• FFPM RCPS (Glasgow)
• MSc (Podiatric Surgery)
• FPodA, FCPodS (Surgical fellowship, College of Podiatry)
• Accredited tutor (Faculty of Podiatric Surgery, College of Podiatry)
• DPodM (Diploma in Podiatric Medicine)
• Advanced Life Support Instructor, RCUK
• Chair Medical Advisory Committee Park Hill Hospital – 2019-present
• Chair: Clinical governance committee, Ramsay Park Hill Hospital – 2014-present
• Deputy Chair: Medical advisory committee, Ramsay Park Hill Hospital – 2015-2019
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