Katelyn Clark, MD, FACS

Caring and highly skilled, Dr. Clark understands that every situation and condition is different for each individual. She puts patients at ease by listening and answering questions, so that they feel informed and knowledgeable about their condition and treatment options. Making patients feel better is the most rewarding part of her job as a surgeon.


Born and raised in Eugene, Dr. Clark is a Marist High School graduate. She received her bachelor’s degree at Seattle Pacific University and attended medical school at Oregon Health & Science University, where she also completed her surgical residency.

Certifications & Professional Interests

Certified by the American Board of Surgery, Dr. Clark has a special interest and training in minimally invasive procedures, including laparoscopic colon resections and laparoscopic foregut (esophageal). She is a member of the Lane County Medical Society and the American College of Surgeons.


In addition to general surgery, Dr. Clark has specific interests in esophageal diseases, including esophageal cancer, minimally invasive colorectal surgery, laparoscopic hernia repair, and breast surgery.

Clinical Interests

Anti-reflux surgery
Breast surgery
Complex abdominal wall reconstruction
Esophageal cancer surgery
Gallbladder surgery
Laparoscopic colon surgery
Laparoscopic hernia surgery
Laparoscopic small bowel surgery
Minimally invasive procedures
Ports for chemotherapy
Trauma and acute care surgery

Personal Interests

Dr. Clark is married to her high school sweetheart, and together they have four children. She enjoys every moment spent with family, as well as vegetable gardening, biking, Barre3, baking and board games.