Dr. Courtney Francis

Dr. Courtney Francis joined the team at Medical Associates of Port Perry in January 2024.

Her educational background includes three years at Ontario Tech University studying Biological Sciences, followed by early admission to medical school at the University of Toronto for her Medical Degree, and two years at Western University for her Family Medicine residency, where she was awarded the Leonora Sheppard Award in Family Medicine for clinical excellence.

Her office can be reached by calling 905-985-2895 ext. 5412.

Online Booking

Dr. Courtney Francis is currently booking in-person visits online.

If you require a telephone or virtual appointment please call the office, 905-985-2895 ext. 5412

Use this link to book an appointment for things such as:

  • Regular Appointment/New Issue

Please call the office to book an appointment for things such as:

  • Same Day appointments
  • Follow-up/Chronic Issues
  • Diabetes Checks
  • Advice/Mental Health/Depression and/or Anxiety/Education/Counselling
  • Drivers Medical Exam (and Form if applicable)
  • Infant or Child Checkup (ages 12 and under)
  • Adolescent Checkup (ages 12-18)
  • Pregnancy Checkup or Post Delivery

Please Note:

  • Online appointments may not reflect all appointments available. If you are unclear of how/when to book or need more appointment flexibility, please contact the office directly @ 905-985-2895
  • Online appointments are only available with your own family physician. However, if your doctor is unavailable, our Urgent Care Same-Day clinic is the preferred back up.
  • This link is for non urgent appointments. Please call reception if you have an urgent request @ 905-985-2895
  • A fee may apply for missed or cancelled appointments without 24 business hours notice.
  • Please call our 24 hour cancellation line at 905-985-2895 extension 6224 to cancel your appointment.

If you feel your symptoms are a medical emergency that need to be dealt with right away then proceed to the emergency room. Examples might include; new chest pain, difficulty breathing, or broken limb.