Thomas Gumprecht is double board certified and fellowship trained in otolaryngology. He has been practicing for almost four decades and started in the Eastside in 1988.
Practicing since 1981
Raised in a family of doctors, Dr. Gumprecht was exposed to otolaryngology at a young age. He enjoys the opportunity to treat a broad spectrum of ear, nose, and throat problems.
In addition to practicing otolaryngology, Dr. Gumprecht has served his medical community providing ED coverage since 1981 and being the chief of staff at two community hospitals.
He is an active member at the University Presbyterian Church and University District Food Bank. Thomas oversees a 311 acre nature preserve in rural Pierce County.
He enjoys writing, backpacking, crabbing, fishing, hunting, and watching Seahawk and Husky football and Husky basketball. His favorite editorial essay that he wrote was published in the Seattle PI and titled, “A Surgeon’s View of the American Ethic.”