Dr. Wolfe graduated from the University of Washington with a degree in Zoology.  He attended the University of Washington School of Medicine.  His residency in otolaryngology was done at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah.  Dr. Wolfe then did subspecialty training in Head and Neck Surgery.  During this fellowship, he received in depth training in the management of head and neck tumors including mouth, throat, and larynx cancer; thyroid tumors; and salivary gland tumors.

Current Practice

Dr. Wolfe’s practice is with Pacific Medical Centers.  They are a multispecialty group located in the Greater Seattle area [link to locations and map].  Dr. Wolfe enjoys all aspects of otolaryngology but has particular interest in thyroid disorders and other “lumps and bumps” in the head and neck area.  He is also the Chief of Surgical Specialties for PacMed.


Dr. Wolfe grew up in Montana and moved to Tacoma, WA.  He moved away for his medical training after medical school, but always knew he would return.  After serving as faculty at the University of Cincinnati, he moved back.  He lives on the Eastside and works in Seattle.  When not treating patients, he enjoys photography, is an avid soccer fan and player, and spends time with his family.