Donald Sonn: Doctor of Medicine

Donald Sonn is a well-educated and experienced medical professional, having served the Urology Group of Western New England as a Urologic Surgeon for the past 17 years. The former Chief of Surgery at Northampton’s Cooley Dickinson Hospital, Dr. Sonn has dedicated his life, and his career, to the expert care and treatment of his patients.

Not only did Donald Sonn serve as Cooley’s Chief of Surgery for six years, he was also honored to have served as an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Tufts University School of Medicine for nearly a decade. A valued teaching professional, Sonn consistently demonstrated a strong commitment to providing his students the best instruction and example possible, earning himself Tufts’ coveted “Excellence in Teaching Award” in 2004.

Donald Sonn, specializes in the treatment of both impotence and stone disease, also takes a special interest in the treatment of Prostate Cancer, and has a proven proficiency using the da Vinci robotic surgery system for treating the disease. He is also currently the Physician Coordinator for the Prostate Cancer Support Group of Western Massachusetts. Sonn, who was elected to the Fellow of American College of Surgeons in 2001, and who is currently an active member of the Massachusetts Medical Society and the American Urologic Association, is certified by the American Board of Urology, and was once the Chief Resident of the Department of Urology at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center.

About Donald Sonn has long been devoted to the field of urology, and continues to exhibit the highest level of concern, compassion and care for every UGWNE patient.

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About Donald Sonn

Dr. Donald Sonn currently practices with Urology Group of Western New England. Specializing in impotence, prostheses and stone disease, the urologist also specializes in brachytherapy and surgical surgery. Sonn uses the Da Vinci Surgical System to remove prostate cancer.
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