Dr. Mark Lambert

Dr. Mark LambertDr. Mark Lambert

Dr Mark Lambert served our community for over 20 years and it is with great Honor and Pride that we carry on his legacy of delivering the highest quality of patient care. He will forever be beloved by his patients, family and staff. 

Dr. Mark Lambert is a native of Pensacola, Florida. A lifelong Boy Scout, he achieved the rank of Eagle Scout at 14. To further his Scouting career, he gained the Order of the Arrow and Medical Explorer. He currently sits on the Eagle Board of Review for the Gulf Coast Council. Dr. Lambert is a graduate of Pensacola Catholic High School and P.A.T.S. (Program for Academically Talented Students).

After college at the University of Alabama, University of West Florida and Florida State University, he spent 2 years in Dallas, Texas at Baylor Medical Center doing surgical research on a variety of Orthopaedic and Transplant oriented projects. His medical degree was received from the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine where he earned the Baird Johnson Award and was listed in Who's Who in American Medical Colleges and Universities.

Rotations included the Cleveland Clinic, Mt. Sinai Hospital, Case Western Reserve University Hospital, Cook County Hospital, Mass General Hospital and several VA Medical Centers. His internship was completed at Huntington VA Medical Center which included off service rotations in Internal Medicine, Family Practice, Radiology, Endocrinology, Infectious Disease, General Surgery, Emergency Medicine, General Orthopedics, Vascular Surgery, Anesthesiology, Pathology and Plastic Surgery. Residency was completed at St. Mary's Hospital Surgical Residency Program affiliated with Marshall University School of Medicine. He served as Chief Resident for 2 years.

Dr. Lambert is Quadruple boarded. He is Board Certified in Foot Surgery, Reconstructive Rearfoot & Ankle Surgery,  in Podiatric Surgery and Primary Care in Podiatric Medicine and Prevention and Treatment of Diabetic Foot Wounds. He holds fellowships from the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgeons and the American Professional Wound Care Association.

Some of his Honors and Memberships include: Diplomate- American Board of Podiatric Surgery, Diplomate- American Medical Specialties Board, Northwest Florida Podiatric Society, Florida Podiatric Medical Association, Southern Medical Association, American Podiatric Medical Association, American Diabetes Association, American Podiatric Circulatory Society, Association for the Study and Application of the Methods of Ilizarov-LE, Pensacola Surgical Society, Public Affairs Committee-FPMA, Baird Johnson Award, and TruLok Master's Club founding member,  President of the NWF Component of the FPMA, Chairman of the Presidents Council of FPMA, Secretary of the FPMA, Founding member of SALSAL (Save a Limb Save a Life) in NW Florida.

Dr. Lambert is among a select number of Podiatrists that completed a three year surgical residency in advanced reconstructive foot & ankle surgery. The majority of Podiatrist complete a one or two year residency.

Dr. Lambert specializes in complex medical and surgical treatment of the foot, ankle, and lower leg. Dr. Lambert has trained in the U.S. and Europe to learn the application of the Ilizarov technique to correct a whole host of musculoskeletal disorders. He travels extensively to keep up with the latest techniques in Medicine and Surgery.

To give back to the profession, he trains medical assistant interns, medical students, surgical residents, and other physicians in the latest techniques in Podiatry and Reconstructive Foot and Ankle Surgery.  He lectures on a variety of topics at seminars across the United States.

Dr. Lambert is one of the founding members of the Andrews Institute Surgery Center in Gulf Breeze, Florida.

He has surgical privileges at the Andrews Institute, Baptist Hospital, Baptist Medical Park, Gulf Breeze Hospital, Sacred Heart Hospital, West Florida Hospital, Medical Center Clinic and the Pensacola Foot & Ankle Center. He is an adjunct Clinical Faculty at Florida State University School of Medicine in Pensacola and St. Joseph Hospital/North Chicago DVAMC Residency Program.

When not working he enjoys time with his wife Pamela, daughter Isabella, family, and dogs (Maisie and Maggie), college football, tomato gardening, fishing, hunting, skeet and reading.