Dr. Donald Sonn Accomplished Physician
Dr. Donald Sonn is an accomplished physician with over two decades of experience. Dr. Sonn received his Doctor of Medicine degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University in 1991. Shortly after he first started practicing medicine Dr. Sonn began a concentration in urology. Dr. Donald Sonn began his medical residency at the Long Island Jewish Medical Center shortly thereafter and advanced his way to Chief Resident in 1996. Then in 1997 Dr. Donald Sonn has practiced medicine at the Urology group of Western New England in Springfield, Massachusetts where he is still practicing currently. He has also been appointed as the Chief of Surgery for Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Dr. Donald Sonn Medical Influence
Dr. Donald Sonn is a member of numerous prestigious groups in the medical field. Some of which include, election to the Fellow of American College of Surgeons, and serving as President of Hampshire District of Mass Medical Society from 2002 through 2004. He has been a member of the American Medical Association since 1991. Dr. Donald Sonn is currently a member of the Board of Directors for GSIPA, and a Physician Coordinator of Prostate Cancer Support Group of Western Massachusetts. By keeping himself involved with a prevalence of memberships it allows him to share his expertise and collaborate with other doctors in order to better serve the medical community. His experience has allowed him to previously serve as an assistant clinical professor at Tufts University School of Medicine where he was presented with an “Excellence in Teaching” award.
Dr. Donald Sonn Published Physician
In addition to contributing his time and expertise to the medical community, Dr. Donald Sonn has also published medical works in textbooks and medical guides. Among some of his published works include Complications of Laser Prostatectomy, and Other Urologic Laparoscopic Applications. Dr. Donald Sonn continually strives to contribute by publishing medical text he feels can make a medical impact.
Recommended read: Dr. Donald Sonn: Prostate Cancer