Honors, Awards, etc.
2021 Seattle Magazine "Top Doctors"|2020 Seattle Met "Top Doctors, Nurse Practitioners & Physician Assistants"
Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery
Dr. Camille Clinton is board certified in orthopedic surgery and fellowship-trained in sports medicine, knee and shoulder surgery from the world famous Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. Her practice focuses on sports medicine, arthroscopic knee and shoulder surgery, and minimally invasive and robotic assisted partial and total knee replacements.  Dr. Clinton has experience working with professional, collegiate, high school and recreational athletes and has a special interest in women's sports and knee injuries. Dr. Clinton worked on research in her residency and fellowship including studies involving inflammation in rotator cuff tears, allograft ACL reconstructions, female ACL injuries, and meniscal allograft transplantation.  Prior to joining EvergreenHealth Orthopedics and Sports Medicine in 2021 she was in private practice in the Seattle area for 12 years.
Knee arthroscopy and reconstruction
Knee replacement (partial and total)
Philosophy of Care
All patients are unique.  While the concerns or pathology may be similar, bodies, goals and priorities may be different.  Whether my patient is a weekend warrior, competitive athlete or retiree, I work to get them back to their desired activities as quickly and safely as possible. We work together to make the most appropriate treatment plan beginning with non-operative options when appropriate.  When operative treatment is needed I apply the latest technology and use minimally invasive techniques. A successful surgery is only part of what is required for an excellent outcome. The post-operative recovery and rehabilitation is crucial to the success of most procedures. To this end, I believe it is critical to remain supportive and involved in patient care until recovery is complete.
ACL Injury and Reconstruction in Female Athletes
Year began practicing:
Georgetown University School of Medicine | Washington, D.C.
Georgetown University Medical Center (orthopedic surgery) | Washington, DC
Hospital for Special Surgery (sports medicine) | New York, NY