Hello, I’m Dr. Danso, a physician practicing obstetrics and gynecology at Kaiser Permanente’s Lancaster Medical Offices. I enjoy working with my patients and helping them in any way I can.
Medicine runs in my family. My brother is also a physician and encouraged me to enter the field. I worked hard, earned high marks, and was fortunate enough to be accepted to Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York City. After interning in New Rochelle, I selected obstetrics as my specialty because it combines the compassionate skills of human interaction with the technical expertise required for surgery. To me, this was the best of both worlds. I went on to serve residencies with the Nassau County Medical Examiner’s Office and at Stanford University. I was in private practice for several years before joining Kaiser Permanente in 2007.
To me, the most fulfilling part of my practice is when I run into a former patient with one or more children in tow. Knowing that I played a role in helping form this family gives me great satisfaction. In my practice, I do my best to listen to my patients’ needs and address them in any way possible. I encourage them to have a frank and open conversation with me regarding any issues they may have so that together we can develop sound strategies for handling them as effectively as possible.
My secret passion is architecture. It was my minor in college, and I love to read about it, look at it, and explore building industry trade shows for new ideas. Every so often, wanderlust overcomes me and I’ll escape to a faraway land for a week or two. I have visited Europe and Africa as well as many corners of the United States.