Paul S. Dudley, MD


The patient-doctor relationship is extremely important to Dr. Paul S. Dudley; it is one of the things he values most about his work. Patients appreciate not only his clinical expertise, but also his kind and understanding nature as they undergo the life-changing experience of expanding their families. He is dedicated to reducing the anxiety patients feel during fertility treatment and believes education and open communication play a key role in successful outcomes.

Dr. Dudley takes a special interest in complex and challenging cases. Clinically, he is regarded as an expert in all aspects of Reproductive Medicine and Surgery–he serves as SRM’s Medical Director. His current research focus is in the field of Reproductive Genetics. Honored with numerous awards including the National Science Foundation’s Research Internship, Dr. Dudley has also been recognized by his peers. He served as Program Director for the 2014 Pacific Coast Reproductive Society Annual Meeting, and now serves as Director of PCRS.



2022 & 2023

Top Doctor in Seattle Magazine

2018, 2020 & 2021

Seattle Metropolitan Magazine Top Doctors

A native of Georgia, Dr. Dudley completed both his residency and fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX. He completed his undergraduate degree with Highest Honors from Georgia Institute of Technology, followed by a medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine.

Dr. Dudley sees patients at the Seattle location. In his free time he is an exercise enthusiast, and loves spending time outdoors with his wife, large extended family, and two daughters…rain or shine. He was recognized in 2018, 2020 & 2021 as one of Seattle Metropolitan Magazine Top Doctors.


"I really appreciated Dr. Dudley’s manner. I felt a sense of trust in the information he offered and also in his care. His procedures were much smoother and more comfortable than others. He seemed highly competent and had a warm manner. The process I have been undergoing has been held quite privately by my husband and myself and it felt good to have others to share with who had seen what I had been undergoing."

Former Patient