Based on an article published on PRNewswire.com, this Sunday Dr. David Samadi will be live-streaming an interview with Dr. CynaraCoomer, titled “Sunday Housecall”. October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Dr. Coomer is excited to share her knowledge in the field with Samadi’s audience. Both are well known figures in the field of breast health. Dr. Samadi is the Chief of Robotic Surgery and the Chairman of Urology at Lenox Hill Hospital , while Dr. Coomer is the Chief of Breast Surgery at Northwell Health Staten Island University Hospital. During the livestream both doctors will be discussing topics such as breast cancer warning signs, solutions, awareness, medication and education. Their show will be airing at 12:30pm EDT every Sunday on Samaditv.com.
Dr. David Samadi was born in Iran but spent the majority of adolescent life moving from one country to another. From Iran he went to Belgium and then England before settling in the United States. Dr. Samadi went to high school in Roslyn, New York. With a full scholarship, he went on to earn a M.D from the Stony Brook School of Medicine. Dr. Samadi furthered his education at the Montefiore Medical Center where he completed his postgraduate urology training. He also studied proctology, oncology and robotic prostatectomy.
The first position Dr. David Samadi held was at the Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. In 2007 he joined the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine faculty, quickly becoming the Chief of Robotics, Vice Chair of Urology and the Chief of Minimally Invasive Surgery. Due to his attention to detail and incorporation of innovative techniques, Dr. Samadi became one of New York’s highest paid doctors. In 2013 he moved himself and his team of skilled doctors and nurses to Lenox Hill Hospital where he remains today. For more info about us: http://prostatecancer911.com/ click here.
Dr. David Samadi’s live-stream show with Dr. CynaraCoomer will not be the first time that he has used the platform of television to talk about his experiences as a doctor and the medical field in general. He is a highly cited source and is frequently called as a guest to many talkshows and news reports. For example, in 2013 he appeared on a Fox & Friends guest segment which discussed health insurance. Dr. Samadi and the hosts discussed why insurance premiums had different prices based on gender, a practice that was banned on January 1, 2014. He explained that women are more likely to use the health care system compared to their male counterparts, which is why their rates were so much higher.