Dr. David Samadi is the Chief of Robotic Surgery of Urology and the Chairman of Urology at Lenox Hill Hospital and he has been so since 2013. He has proven, himself, to be one of the best prostate surgeons in the United States as well as the world at-large, and his compassionate demeanor and professional work ethic have earned him a sterling reputation. One of the greatest services that Dr. Samadi provides is to help men stay healthy and able to live life to the fullest after prostate surgery. He does this by using the da Vinci robotic system and by performing surgeries using the SMART surgery technique that he invented.
Dr. David Samadi gives lectures all over the world and offers up his clinical research to other medical professionals. He is considered an expert in the field of prostate cancer surgery both on a regional and international level. Aside from speaking in public, he is a writer with a spread of publications as well as articles and has been featured in the Journal of the Society of Laparascopic Surgeons, Urologic Oncology, the World Journal of Urology, and the Journal of Robotic Surgery. He has also performed over 7000 prostate surgeries through the use of robotics and has changed the lives of many.
Dr. David Samadi has been called a celebrity doctor for his exposure and time he has spent in the eye of the public. He has been interviewed or featured on many different media outlets including Cable News 12, Forbes Magazine, and FOX News where he offered his opinion on medical issues and health insurance. Dr. Samadi has also been published in countless medical journals and continues to enlighten, both, the medical community and the public with his expertise. He also works with the American Medical Association and the American Urologic Association as a member. To know more about him click here.
Dr. David Samadi studied at Stony Brook University and received a biochemistry degree while there. He worked for his M.D while attending S.U.N.Y., Stony Brook School of Medicine, Stony Brook, New York and spent time at Montefiore Medical Center as well as Albert Einstein College of Medicine where he finished up his postgraduate training in proctology and urology. He was, previously, the Chief of the Division of Robotics in the Department of Urology and Chief of Minimally Invasive Surgery in the Department of Urology at The Mount Sinai Hospital. Today, he continues his mission to make the issues that come with prostate cancer surgery a thing of the past.