Caitlin A. Smith, MD, is a board-certified surgeon in General Surgery and Pediatric Surgery, Co-Director of the Reconstructive Pelvic Medicine (RPM) program at Seattle Children’s, and an Assistant Professor of Surgery.
Dr. Smith has extensive training in pediatric surgery with a focus on pediatric colorectal problems. Dr. Smith has brought that expertise to the Reconstructive Pelvic Medicine (RPM) program at Seattle Children’s, a multidisciplinary care program for patients with particular complex colorectal problems, including cloaca, anorectal malformations, and Hirschsprung disease. This program is the premiere multidisciplinary program for these types of patients on the west coast.
In addition to her clinical duties, Dr. Smith is an advocate for surgical resident education and serves as an Associate Program Director for the University of Washington general surgery residency.
In her personal time, Dr. Smith enjoys travel with her favorite places including Iceland and Bali. She also enjoys photography and the art of bread making.
Seattle Children's Hospital
Fellowship, 2017, Pediatric Surgery
University of California - Davis
Residency, 2015, Surgery
University of California Riverside SOM
Internship, 2010, Surgery
Albany Medical College
Medical Education, 2009
- Pediatric Surgery, 2018, American Board of Surgery
- General Surgery, 2015, American Board of Surgery