John Franson

FARMINGTON — Dr. John Franson has joined the medical staff of Franklin Health Primary Care, one of five primary care practices of Franklin Community Health Network.

Franson most recently provided care for 21 years at Caribou Memorial Hospital in Soda Springs, Idaho. Besides primary care, his professional interests include upper and lower endoscopy, and dermatology procedures.

“As a rural family physician, I provide broad-based care for my patients, including colonoscopies, joint injections, and removal of skin lesions,” said Franson. “This has been a longstanding effort to improve access to care. I try to listen carefully to my patients and be available.”

The Mt. Blue High School graduate completed his undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University, followed by a master’s degree in zoology at Washington State University. Franson then completed medical school at Ohio State University, followed by a family medicine rural training residency at Spokane Teaching Health Center Family Medicine in Washington.

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