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Jonathan S. Hall, MD


Orthopedics and Orthopedic Surgery

Contact Information

  • Office: 425-823-4000
  • Fax: 425-821-3550







Honors, Awards, etc.

2022 Seattle Magazine "Top Doctors"

Board Certification

Board Certified in Orthopedic Surgery


Dr. Jonathan Hall is a fellowship trained orthopedic surgeon sub-specializing in foot and ankle surgery.  His advanced training has been extensive in ankle, hindfoot, midfoot and forefoot non-operative treatment and surgical repair, reconstruction and joint replacement by some of the world's leaders in the field. 

Clinical Expertise

Orthopedic Surgery
Foot and Ankle

Philosophy of Care

My philosophy for patient care is to partner with you and your family to explore all options available to relieve your pain and dysfunction, improving your quality of life and returning you to the activities you love.

Medical School

University of Vermont - Larner College of Medicine | Burlington, VT


Fletcher Allen Health Care, University of Vermont | Burlington, VT


Baylor University Medical Center | Dallas, TX

Personal Information

I was born and raised in Seattle, attending Garfield High School.  I went on to attend Yale University and played college football there. I worked for many years in the internet technology industry in both Seattle and Silicon Valley, working for businesses such as Disney, ABC News, ESPN, the NBA and the NFL, followed by starting my own business.
I eventually decided upon medical school to continue the family tradition. I am a 4th generation doctor who is fully committed to our family's tradition of caring for the people of the Pacific Northwest. The University of Washington's student health center is named after my great grandfather, David C. Hall, MD. 
My wife Mikka and I have been married for nine years, spending most of them in Vermont where I did my training. We are parents of twins Grayson and McKinley, which takes up most of my free time! 
When I am able to get away I love golfing, reading a good book and playing the occasional pick-up basketball game or flag football game.  It is very important to me to remain highly active, which translates well to my goals for every patient: To maintain a level of activity that promotes health and happiness to you and those around you.