Greg Davis, M.D., M.P.H.
Chair, Nasal Safety Review Committee
Dr. Greg Davis is an otolaryngologist (Ears Nose and Throat surgeon) who sub-specializes in rhinology, the medical and surgical treatment of nose, sinus, and skull base disorders. He has received several awards for excellence in patient care including “Top Doc” Award from Seattle Magazine and Seattle Met Magazine, the American Academy of Otolaryngology’s “Honors Award”, and the “Patient Top Choice” Award from Vitals.com.
Dr. Davis is a Seattle native who attended the University of Washington for his undergraduate education, medical school, and surgical residency. He then traveled to Australia to train with world-renowned sinus surgeon, Professor PJ Wormald. Following completion of his training he practiced for 12 years at the University of Washington Medical Center, serving as the Director of Rhinology and Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery and directing the rhinology sub-specialty training fellowship. During this time, he cared for patients from around the region with the most complex and challenging sinus and skull base disorders.
Dr. Davis left his academic position at the University of Washington to focus on the most enjoyable aspect of his medical practice – treating patients. Joining private practice in Puyallup allows him to provide the highest quality medical and surgical care in a very convenient environment for patients. He treats his patients with considerable care, respect, and kindness, and from the simplest illness to the most complex.
Dr. Davis is a physician educator and co-director of the American Rhinologic Society’s Summer Sinus Symposium. He also co-directs the annual Seattle Otology and Advanced Rhinology Course. He is the past president of the Northwest Academy of Otolaryngology. He is also Chairman of the ARS Marketing Committee. He gives frequent lectures both nationally and internationally on improving medical and surgical treatment of sinus disorders. Dr. Davis has a wife and two adult children. He enjoys traveling, skiing, scuba diving, hiking, rock climbing, mountaineering, and camping.