Diana Londono, MD

Diana Londoño, MD, Urologic Surgeon

Dr. Diana Londoño is one of the few female Urologic Surgeons in the United States. Passionate about her patients’ medical needs, feelings and their privacy, she approaches ALL of her patients as if they were family. Understanding that urological problems can be difficult to discuss, she believes “we must strive to keep a patient's dignity intact during difficult times of illness, stress or anxiety.” Dr. Londoño sees patients at City of Hope at their Glendora, California location.

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, and appears frequently on Spanish language television as a medical expert. She is a prolific writer and speaker, as well as a physician coach.


She is passionate about Physician Wellness, and founded the confidential FREE Physician Coach Support Line to help combat physician burnout. It is estimated that 65% of some medical specialists are burned out. Burnout affects 56% of all female physicians. 25% of all physicians are depressed and 13% report having suicidal ideations. 400 physicians or more per year complete suicide. 


This is a crisis in healthcare. 

We are all patients. 

Physician wellness affects us all.



Physician Coach Support provides compassionate peer support using coaching skills (free of charge) for any physician who may be struggling with a situation or a thought they need support with. Their mission is to increase awareness to help physicians live a more conscious life. 


Learn more about the free support services for physicians, make an appointment or provide a donation to support their efforts by going to https://physiciancoachsupport.com/