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What I Do

I'm a general urologist: I take care of the urinary system, which comprises the kidneys, ureter, bladder, prostate, genitals, and the adrenal gland. I also promote physician wellness and doctor-to-doctor peer support.

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Why I Do It

I wanted to bring dignity and humanity to medicine. It’s so rewarding to get to know patients and their families, and to treat them over the long term. I’m also passionate about providing support to fellow physicians experiencing burnout.

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My Big Career Moment

It came during a stage when I was experiencing burnout and wondering how I could be of service in a bigger way. That’s when I knew I wanted to help other physicians who need support through their own burnout.

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Helping Patients and Other Doctors: A Mission for Wellness

11/10/2023 06:00am | 1349 views

Diana Londoño is concerned about your health, committed to making sure you understand your health, and  passionate about helping fellow doctors care for themselves. 

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About the mentor

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Diana Londoño

Urologic Surgeon
City Of Hope

Dr. Diana Londoño is a board-certified urologist at City of Hope. She is among the 10% of urologists in the United States who are women, and she’s part of the 0.5% who are both Latinx and  women.

Born in Mexico City, Dr. Londoño was educated in Southern California, graduating with honors from Claremont McKenna College and earning her medical degree at UCLA. She completed her surgical internship and urology residency at Kaiser Permanente, where she trained in open, endoscopic, laparoscopic and robotic-assisted procedures.

Dr. Londoño is fluent in both Spanish and English. She appears frequently on Spanish-language television as a medical expert. She founded Physician Coach Support, a group of volunteer physicians who use their personal development skills and life coaching certifications to provide compassionate peer support, free of charge, for any physician who needs support.