Dr. David Samadi recently began hosting a new live medical show called “Sunday Housecall with Dr. David Samadi”. The show will air live on Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and at DrSamadiTV.com. The show will feature a variety of medical professionals discussing popular medical topics. Viewers will also have the chance to have their questions answered live via telephone or email.
Dr. David Samadi also recently started a support group at Lenox Hill hospital to support men with prostate cancers and survivors of the disease. The goal of the group is to raise awareness and to also encourage men to get regular screenings for the cancer. This will increase their chances of survival. The group will also educate men on the disease.
Dr. David Samadi is a board certified prostate surgeon. He is an expert in prostate cancer robotic surgery. He is also the Chairman of Urology at Lenox Hill Hospital and the Chief of Robotic Surgery. His goal is to bring worldwide attention to the prevention of prostate cancer. He has fought hard against this disease his entire career. He wont be satisfied until a cure is found. He was born and raised in Iran until the age of 15. His family left Iran after the revolution in 1979. After leaving Iran he attended high school in Belgium and London. He finished high school in Roslyn, New York.
Dr. Samadi is well educated and received a degree in biochemistry from Stony Brook University. He also obtained his medical degree from Stony Brook School of Medicine. He also completed training at the following schools and facilities: Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil in France. He began his career at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital where he was quickly recognized as one of the best in his field. From there he joined the staff at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He accepted a position in 2013 at Lenox Hill Hospital where he currently still practices. In 2012, he was recognized as the highest earning doctor in New York, City. He earned an estimated $7.6 million a year. He has regularly appeared on news channels such as Fox News to offer medical advice.