Dr. David Samadi, the Chief of Robotic Surgery and chairperson of Urology at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, is the host of live broadcast show called Sunday Housecall with Dr. David Samadi. The educational program will keep viewers updated on the most recent medical stories and health matters, and providing valuable treatment tips.
The new show will be aired live on Fox News Channel on Sundays starting 12:30 pm ET. Interested viewers can watch the program through YouTube Live, Facebook, Twitter or at Dr. SamadiTV.com. Dr. Samadi will host a variety of invitees comprising of professionals from the health, medical and wellness fields. He will be discussing fascinating health topics with the specialists. These discussions will provide the viewers with preferred answers and advice on healthy living. A wide range of issues will be covered from women’s and men’s health, joint diseases, food and diet, exercise, sexual health, prostate health among other trending matters in the field of medicine. Additionally, viewers will be able to call in or send questions through e-mail during the show since it will be broadcasted live. Dr. Samadi or a health specialist will answer questions during and after the presentation.
As mentioned earlier, Dr. David Samadi is the Chief of Robotic Surgery and chairperson of Urology at Lenox Hill Hospital. He is a certified urologic oncologist and is a professional in robotic surgery of prostate. He has committed his profession to the initial discovery, analysis, and management of prostate cancer. Dr. David Samadi is the most considered surgeons in his field of job. His goal is to bring full alertness to a killer disease that is the second leading reason of death in men.
Dr. David Samadi joined Stony Brook University where he received a degree in Biochemistry. In 1994, he earned his M.D. from Stony Brook School of Medicine. He completed his internship in urology at Montefiore Medical Center and proctology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1996. In 2007, Samadi became the vice chairperson of the Department of Urology after joining the faculty of Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. In 2013, he moved to Lenox Hill Hospital.