Easton Hospital, Chief Surgery Resident
Residency – 2011
Lake Erie College of Medicine
D.O. – 2005
Idaho State University
B.S. Zoology – 2001
Eric Liedtke grew up in southeast Idaho and worked for the Salmon-Challis Ranger District while at Idaho State University. From there, he moved to Erie, Pennsylvania, for medical school, Lehigh Valley for his surgical residency, and then to Lemoore, California, for active duty at the Navy’s West Coast Master Jet Base. After transitioning to civilian life, he and his family settled in Wenatchee, Washington, where he practiced for six years before joining Ogden Clinic.
Dr. Liedtke enjoys all types of surgery including general, elective, trauma, and acute surgery. He performs open, laparoscopic, robotic, colon, breast, melanoma, hernia (inguinal, incisional, umbilical, and hiatal), sarcoma, and endoscopy surgeries, among others. He also volunteers teaching a version of “Stop the Bleed” to police and first responders.
Outside of general surgery, a few of Dr. Liedtke’s interests are skiing, running, hiking, camping and anything that gets him lost in the wilderness.