Dr. David Samadi Cares about His Patients

Dr. David Samadi is very passionate about what he does. He has wanted to be a doctor since he was young and he is now a certified urologist with his specialties lying in diagnosing and treating urologic diseases, bladder cancer, kidney and prostate cancer.

He got his degree from Stony Brook University in biochemistry and in 1994 he obtained his M.D. at the Stony Brook School of Medicine. He obtained postgraduate training at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Montefiore Medical Center. In 2001 he completed a fellowship at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in proctology. He also started a fellowship in robotic radical prostatectomy at Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil as well.

Dr. David Samadi has done his work in over 45 countries and has worked at many reputable institutions including the Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine. He is also the professor of Urology at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine. He is on the American Medical Association and a member of the American Urological Association.

Dr. Samadi is devoted to detecting, diagnosing, and treating prostate cancer. He has also hosted the “Sunday Housecall” on Fox, and he has his own radio show which helps provide helpful medical information to those who listen. He also has a website, SamadiMD.com that he uses to share alternatives to medicine and other helpful information.

Dr. David Samadi lived in different parts of Europe, and he grew up in the Middle East. He has practiced in Israel, Germany, Greece, London, France, the Dominican Republic, and Spain. Robotic surgery is true passion, and it has proven to be a great advancement in prostate surgeries. His hospital utilizes a single robot to perform many successful surgeries.

Dr. Samadi has a long day that begins at 4:30 in the morning, but he is always sure to check on all of his patients before leaving work. He is known to have a photographic memory so drawings can be helpful in problem-solving. The way he has modified hos operating room has even become a blueprint for other surgeons.

Dr. Samadi likes to see results, and he tries to avoid negative vibes. He practices deep breathing exercised to relieve stress as well as a good game of tennis or backgammon. He sticks to a schedule, and he finds it to be efficient. He relies on the feedback from his patients to help grow his business and strives to be a great doctor.