Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, Dr. Donaldson graduated from Upper Arlington High School and attended Yale University where he majored in English with professors Harold Bloom and Robert Stone, and played quarterback for coaching legend Carmen Cozza.
Dr. Donaldson pursued his medical degree at The Ohio State University and a five-year general surgery residency at Maine Medical Center in Portland, Maine. He was selected from more than 100 surgeons to train in plastic surgery fellowship at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. After completing this program, he was selected for a highly prestigious and sought-after oculoplastic/aesthetic surgery sub-specialty fellowship at Paces Plastic Surgery in Atlanta with Emory faculty members Drs. Mark Codner, Rod Hester, Sonny McCord and Foad Nahai.
DR. DONALDSON’S RETURN TO COLUMBUS
Upon completion of the Paces program and his 12 years of medical education and training, Dr. Donaldson was invited to join his mentors and become academic faculty, but he decided to return to Columbus to establish a practice near family in his hometown.
Dr. Donaldson has hospital and operating privileges at Dublin Methodist Hospital, Mount Carmel East and Mount Carmel St. Ann’s in the greater Columbus area. He specializes in plastic surgery procedures for the breast and body. He has an accomplished background in reconstructive surgery, but now he focuses solely on the needs of his cosmetic patients.