Meet Our Physician
Bill P. Vanasupa, DO
Dr. Bill Vanasupa was born and raised just north of Detroit, Michigan. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, in 1996. During his time at the University of Michigan, he volunteered as a research assistant in the brain tumor lab, where he worked on a potential drug treatment for brain cancer.
After graduating from Michigan, he earned his medical degree from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, now A.T. Still University, in 2001. He completed his internship and residency training at Tripler Army Medical Center.
Upon completion of his medical training in 2006 he was assigned to William Beaumont Army Medical Center where he was appointed the Chief of Urology Services in 2007 until the time he separated from the U.S. Army in 2010 with an honorable discharge and Meritorious Service Medal. He moved to the Northwest due to his interest in Orcas and living an active outdoor lifestyle.
Professionally, Dr. Vanasupa practices general urology, including both adult and pediatric conditions, and has a strong background in minimally invasive and laparoscopic procedures. With a commitment to providing the highest level of urologic care, he is warm-hearted (though he has cold hands and apologizes in advance), compassionate and honest.
Dr. Vanasupa enjoys mountain biking, hiking and kayaking and hopes one day to find all the secret local fishing sites.
John K. Muenchrath, MD
Dr. John Muenchrath is often asked, “Why urology?” Urology deals with areas of the body that often make patients feel uncomfortable – even more than the ‘usual’ stuff – and I like to think that I can put people at ease, and take them through the process of evaluation and treatment with compassion and excellent care. My goal is to make sure that patients understand what we’re doing and why we’re doing it every step of the way – we’re a team, after all!
I’ve been a general urologist for over 18 years and I treat diseases and tumors of the kidneys, ureters and bladder as well as the male genetalia. There are very few things more rewarding than caring for a person and making them better.