Dr. Andrew Crichton

Interim Chief of Ophthalmology-Calgary Zone

Clinical Professor of Surgery
Division of Ophthalmology
Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary


Dr. Crichton is Interim Chief of Ophthalmology for Calgary as well as Clinical Professor at the University of Calgary.

After graduating from medical school at the University of British Columbia, he did his ophthalmology residency in Toronto and his glaucoma fellowship in Vancouver with Dr. Stephen Drance and Dr. Gordon Douglas. Past President of The Canadian Glaucoma Society, Dr. Crichton has also assumed multiple roles such as: secretary of the Canadian Ophthalmic Society, president of the Ophthalmology Society of Alberta, council member of the Commanderie de Bordeaux of Calgary and father of two. Dr. Crichton is interested in virtually all aspects of glaucoma. 

Dr. Bryce Ford

Clinical Assistant Professor

Division of Ophthalmology

Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary


Dr. Ford is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary.

He undertook his medical schooling at the University of British Columbia and performed a residency in ophthalmology at Dalhousie University, with subsequent fellowship training in Glaucoma with Dr. Bruce Shields at Yale University. He sits on the Residency Training Committee and Recruitment Committee at the University of Calgary, and is Chair of the University of Calgary Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences Research Day.


Eye Physicians and Surgeons

Dr. A.C.S. Crichton, M.D. F.R.C.S.(C)

Dr. B.A. Ford, M.D. F.R.C.S.(C)