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August 25, 2023
August 20, 2023
Dr Sorenson is ALWAYS wonderful. We appreciate him so much!!
March 31, 2023
Greatness begins at the top (everyone here is GREAT)! Dr. Sorensen was patient & took the time to show & explain (clearly) my condition & treatment options.
November 19, 2022
Dr. Sorensen was a game changer for me in helping me feel better about understanding my condition of kidney stones.
September 12, 2022
Dr. Sorensen was OUTSTANDING in all aspects of my care!
August 4, 2022
Dr. was courteous, empathetic & thorough. Great listening skills. Demonstrates compassion & desire to problem-solve. Answered all questions. Bedside manner is stellar.
July 1, 2022
*Dr. Sorensen always provides great care!
January 14, 2022
Dr. Sorensen provided excellent care and presented a good treatment plan.
About Mathew D. Sorensen
Mathew D. Sorensen, MD, MS, FACS is a board-certified urologists who specializes in advanced laparoscopic and robotic surgery, endourology and the medical and surgical management of kidney stones. Dr. Sorensen is a surgeon, educator and researcher providing clinical care for veterans at the Puget Sound VA, and at the Kidney Stone Center at UW Medical Center - Northwest.
Dr. Sorensen believes in educating and providing information to patients to help them to make the best decisions. He is practical and detail-oriented. His goal is to make sure patients have a full understanding of their condition, and the options for how to manage that condition.
Dr. Sorensen's clinical interests are focused on the management of complex kidney stones, endoscopic and percutaneous treatment of stones, stone prevention, and laparoscopic and robotic surgery. He is the Director of the Comprehensive Metabolic Stone clinic at the Puget Sound VA
Dr. Sorensen is the Urology Residency Program Director at the University of Washington. He is primarily responsible for the oversight and management of the residency training program that is focused on training the next generation of leaders in urology. He has helped lead the program to become one of the best and most competitive training programs in the country with a focus on helping residents reach their full potential through holistic, innovative, and well-rounded training. Dr. Sorensen’s translational research efforts are focused on improving the detection, sizing, repositioning and breaking of kidney stones with ultrasound through a strong collaborative effort with the UW Applied Physics Lab and the Center for Industrial and Medical Ultrasound group.
Dr. Sorensen enjoys skiing and travel with his family, road and mountain biking, wake-surfing, yoga, and Seattle Sounders football.