Susan MacDonald, MD is currently an Assistant Professor of Surgery in the Division of Urology at the Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with an undergraduate degree specializing in Biochemistry and Music from Agnes Scott College in Atlanta, Georgia. She went on to complete her medical degree at the University of Florida in her home state. She then pursued a fellowship at Wake Forest University in reconstructive urology learning specialized techniques in urethral reconstruction, prosthetic urology, graft and flap creation, and microsurgical dissection.
In addition to her work in reconstructive urology, Dr. MacDonald treats a wide variety of men's health issues ranging from infertility, to erectile dysfunction and Peyronie's disease to voiding dysfunction. She restores quality of life through latest in advanced surgical techniques.
Dr. MacDonald also takes a strong interest in global health. She has organized and traveled with medical outreach trips to Mexico as a medical student. Now as a reconstructive surgeon, she has traveled to India multiple times with a team of surgeons to provide complex urethral repair for those in need.
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Medical School, University of Florida College of Medicine - 2009
Fellowship, Reconstructive Urology Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center - 2016
Residency, Urology Albert Einstein College of Medicine-Bronx (New York) - 2015
Residency, General Surgery Albert Einstein Medical Center-Northern Division (Pennsylvania) - 2011
- Global Health outreach
- Management of priapism
- Novel techniques in resident education
- Surgical management of urethral stricture disease
- Tobacco usage and surgical complications