Welcome Jeremiah Clinton, MD


Jeremiah Clinton, MD recently joined the Marcus Daly Medical Staff. He is certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons and is fellowship trained in shoulder and elbow surgery. He also practices Orthopaedic Surgeons, including arthroscopic knee and shoulder surgery and minimally invasive hip and knee replacements.

Native Son
Dr. Clinton grew up in Dillon, Montana, attended Montana State University in Bozeman before beginning his doctorate program at the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle, Washington. He practiced in Seattle, Washington and most recently Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Dr. Clinton chose Hamilton to continue practicing because it is a community like the one he grew up in and he wants the same for his family. The partnership with Marcus Daly allows him to focus on taking care of patients, rather than the business aspect of medicine. Dr. Clinton shared this; a good friend said it best, "You're just too country to be able to stay in the city."

Continuing Passion
Dr. Clinton continues as an affiliate professor at the University of Washington, conducting research related to his specialty of Orthopedics. He has published numerous articles in national medical journals as well as presenting at annual meetings of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.

Conservative Patient Centered Approach
"My philosophy of care is a conservative patient centered approach. I believe surgery will make patients better when indicated and when all other more conservative measures have failed." said Dr. Clinton. "Honesty and integrity are very important to me."

Now Accepting New Patients
Dr. Clinton and his wife Alaina, and their son are excited to be here. They are looking forward to enjoying the outdoor lifestyle and becoming a part of the community. Dr. Clinton is excited to have his practice open and is accepting new patients.

To schedule an appointment, call Bitterroot Orthopedics & Sports Medicine at (406) 375-4868






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