Female Orthopedic Surgeon in Kirkland, WA

Helping Everyone Stay Healthy and Active

Dr. Camille Clinton is board certified in orthopedic surgery and specializes in arthroscopic and reconstructive surgery of the knee and shoulder, knee replacement and sports medicine. Dr. Clinton is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care to patients throughout the Kirkland and Seattle area.

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From sports-related injuries to worn-out joints, Dr. Clinton is committed to helping you get back to a healthy, active lifestyle.


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What Our Patients Are Saying

5 Stars

Apr 25, 2022

Incredibly grateful for Dr. Clinton and the great care my daughter received from her AND her staff!
5 Stars

Mar 24, 2022

Dr. Clinton is an outstanding doctor! Always caring, excellent surgeon, cares about follow-up recovery.
5 Stars

Jan 7, 2022

Dr. Clinton has been very clear in working with me to have the best solution for my care.
5 Stars

Jan 6, 2022

I highly recommend Dr. Clinton. Three months after my total knee replacement I’m pain free and able to easily perform my normal activities. She and her staff are friendly, accessible, efficient and professional. I was especially impressed with the written materials they provided and their tracking and exercise program.
5 Stars

Dec 17, 2021

I am happy to have had Dr. Clinton for my bilateral knee replacement surgeries. She made the process as easy as it could be and her professionalism and work ethic gave me a boost of confidence in my recovery. I will forever be grateful to her for this new lease on life.
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