Donald Sonn received his medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University. Once he completed medical school he went on to attend residency at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center. His residency program consisted of three parts: The Department of Surgery, the Department of Urology, and he spent the last year as the Chief Resident of the Department of Urology.
Since 1997, Donald Sonn has been employed by Urology Group of Western New England where has performed many surgeries relating to various urological disorders. In addition to his role at the Urology Group of Western New England, Sonn has been active in several different professional organizations throughout the course of his career including the Mass Medical Society, the American College of Surgeons and several other medical organizations. From 2004 to 2007 he taught at the Tufts University School of Medicine where he received the “Excellence in Teaching Award.” Additionally, Donald Sonn has been published in several academic journals where he wrote about various medical issues and surgery treatment options. In 2007 he was appointed to the position of Chief of Surgery at Cooley Dickinson Hospital which he maintains to this day.
Professionalism is important in nearly every job, but it matters more so in medicine than most since people are putting their health and sometimes their life in your hands. Maintaining a professional demeanor can be a bit of challenge since you don’t want to come across as too detached because it might seem like you do not care about your patients or their troubles. Ultimately a doctor has to find the right balance between professionalism and a reassuring bedside manner especially if they have to deliver bad news to a patient or their loved ones. A professional should always treat his patients and their family’s with courtesy and respect and should strive to answer any questions they might have to the best of their ability.
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Throughout the course of his career, Donald Sonn has strove to always treat his clients and their families with the courtesy and respect they deserve.