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P. David Sonntag, MD


Doctor of Medicine

St. Luke's Health Partner
St. Luke's Health Partner

These providers work together to achieve patient-centered care, using proven best practices to offer better care to you and your family.


Accepting new patients
By Referral Only

Facilities & Clinics

  1. Boise Radiology Group

    • Address
      115 W Main St Suite 202 Boise, ID 83702
    • Phone
      (208) 381-2094
      (208) 381-1791

  2. Boise Radiology Group

    • Address
      190 E Bannock St Boise, ID 83712
    • Phone
      (208) 381-2094
      (208) 381-1791

    • Address
      3277 E. Louise Dr. (Portico West), Suite 100 Meridian, ID 83642
      Mon, Tue, Thu: 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
    • Appointments
    • Fax
      • (208) 706-7020

About P. David Sonntag


David Sonntag, MD has clinical interest in radial artery access for the treatment of malignant and benign masses including chemoembolization, Y90, prostate artery embolization for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and uterine artery embolization for fibroids. He also treats patients with cirrhosis and portal hypertension, and performs TIPS and BRTO/PARTO procedures.

Dr. Sonntag completed his fellowship in interventional radiology at the University of Wisconsin where he gained extensive experience in liver-directed tumor therapy. At St. Luke’s, he started a microwave ablation program for the treatment of liver, lung, and kidney tumors. He is the primary investigator of the St. Luke’s TheraSphere® Y90 program for the treatment of patients with unresectable hepatocellular carcinoma.

In his free time, he enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and five children.

  • Medical School

    University of Utah School of Medicine
  • Residency

    University of Wisconsin
  • Fellowship

    University of Wisconsin
  • Board Certification

    Diagnostic Radiology
  • Gender

  • Languages Spoken


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  • Blog Post

    St. Luke’s Patients: Defying Statistics and Being ‘an n of one’