Herbert R. Clark, MD, specializes in arthroscopic surgery of the knee and shoulder, knee and hip replacement surgery, foot and ankle surgery, and the treatment of sports medicine injuries. He believes in treating patients with respect, educating patients on treatment options with good communication, and providing excellent surgical services.
Dr. Clark is an associate clinical professor in the University of Washington’s department of orthopedic surgery. Outside of work, he is actively involved with his local community through the North Sound Church. He enjoys spending time with his family as well as exercising, jogging, backpacking, traveling, and salmon fishing in Alaska every summer.
Institution: University of North Carolina School of Medicine
Program: Board certified
Institution: American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Institution: University of Washington Medical Center
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
King County Medical Society
Washington State Medical Association
Western Orthopaedic Association
Services + Specialties
For your first appointment, please:
- Bring your current valid insurance card
- Bring a referral authorization from your primary care provider, if required by your insurance company
- Bring a medical history to include all current medications and dosages
- Bring all previous X-rays, CAT scans, MRI scans, or other test results relating to your medical problem
- Bring previous medical records relating to your current Orthodepic problem
Our offices have elevators and are fully accessible to our patients in wheelchairs.
Prescriptions and Refills
Prescriptions and refills are issued during weekday office hours only. For a prescription refill, call the pharmacy first and they will contact the office. Remember to check your medicine requirements prior to weekends and holidays. We require 48-hour notification on all refills. The physician on call will not refill narcotic prescriptions.
It is your responsibility to have your primary care doctor send your referral prior to your clinic visit. If our office does not receive your referral, we may have to reschedule your clinic appointment.
If the patient is a minor (younger than 18 years), he/she must be accompanied by the parent or guardian. The parent or guardian is responsible for any payment due at the time of service, including bringing required referrals, co-pay & insurance card(s).