The mission of Olympic Plastic Surgery Center is to provide compassionate, safe, personalized and quality care to our patients and their families.
Dr. Meeks has succeeded in making us a leading plastic surgery practice in the area.
Dr. Meeks considers Washington State his home. Having grown up in a military family, they finally settled down in Tacoma in 1976. He completed high school and then went on to Concordia College in Portland, Oregon where he received a scholarship to play soccer. He realized after his first year that he wasn’t ready for the rigors of academia. Dr. Meeks decided to serve his country and enlisted in the U.S. Navy which he proudly served for 6 years reaching the rank of STG1(SW), earning several commendations and serving in Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm.
Upon completion of his military service, Dr. Meeks went back to school and completed his undergraduate education at Eastern Washington University with honors by earning dual degrees in Biology and Chemistry (Cum Laude). He then attended medical school at Des Moines University earning his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree.
“Thank you for an awesome experience at your clinic (if you can call surgery awesome!). Everyone was so nice, professional – yet fun! – and made the whole experience terrific. Pre-surgery appointments went well. I got all my questions answered and never felt rushed. The day of surgery, I was more nervous than I expected to be. Everyone was so... Read More
“Because of a condition that leads to significant restriction of eyesight, I underwent reconstructive surgery by Dr. Thomas Meeks and his surgical staff. From the initial consultation, Dr. Meeks continuously provided the most professional care throughout the entire process, consultation, surgery, recovery room, and post operative care follow-up. He, his lead RN, and his operating room “pro’s” corrected my eyesight... Read More
“In 2008, I was a healthy active 47-year-old woman. In recent years I had undergone a few biopsies for questionable spots seen on a mammogram. One spot removed had shown some pre-cancer cells and the rest were benign. In the fall of 2008, I found a small lump. After a mammogram, a lumpectomy was done showing I had cancer and... Read More