Dr. Hanly Burton received his training and degrees from Montana State University, the University of Wisconsin, and Western University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He is a graduate of the Montana Family Medicine Residency program and former Chief Resident of the Montana Family Medicine Residency Program.
In addition, Dr. Burton has served as a past board member of both the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine and the Montana Academy of Family Physicians. Currently, he is an Adjunct Professor at Montana State University within the Microbiology Department for Medical Virology and Medical Bacteriology, as well as a Clinical Professor in the WWAMI program.
Dr. Burton joined Bozeman Creek Family Health in August 2007. In addition to family practice services, he also offers vasectomies and osteopathic manipulations.
Dr. Burton's hobbies include spending time with family, reading, teaching, running, hiking, hunting, fishing, skiing, kayaking, and rockclimbing.