The Urology Chairman, David B Samadi has started a live broadcast on Fox News since September 2017. The purpose of the live broadcasts is to provide viewers valuable health tips and keep them updated through medical reports. During this Sunday afternoon broadcast, the TV audience may have access at DoctorsamadiTV.com, Twitter, YouTube live or Facebook.
Dr. Samadi will host various guests in the health fields. They will talk about important health topics, which will give the public advice on preserving good wellness. The topics will obviously cover sought-after answers from women and men. Expect to hear solutions to many issues such as prostate health, exercise, food & diet, sexual health and common diseases.
You will be welcome to call and speak with Dr. Samadi or his distinguished guests for answers to all of your questions. Because the broadcast is live, the viewers can interact by email or phone while the show is happening or when it ends.
What’s more, Dr. David B Samadi, the famous urologist has an excellent reputation and a successful record in offering equal care to all of his patients. The Lenox Hill Hospital in New York has been high regards for Dr. Samadi and therefore, praises him as a high-quality surgeon who has achieved several successful clinical outcomes.
In addition, he is board certified while specializing in dealing with urologic diseases – bladder cancer, kidney cancer and prostate cancer. At 15, David and his younger brother left their birthplace of Iran at the time when the country became the Islamic Republic during 1979. Moreover, the celebrity doctor attended Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in 2001.
During this time, he finished his oncology fellowship in proctology. Besides that, he completed a robotic radical prostatectomy fellowship under the instructions of Professor Claude Abbou during 2002. So, the Robotics Chief from Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil in France would move on in doing his first practice at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital.
Later, Dr. David B Samadi became a part of the faculty at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in 2007. It was here his accomplished positions comprised Chief of Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgery.
By 2012, he was recognized as the highest-paid physician in New York City. After he and his team moved to Lenox Hill Hospital during 2013, they promoted him Head Urologist and Chief of Robotic Surgery.