Dr. David Samadi was raised in Iran in a Persian Jewish community. He left there as a teenager shortly living in London and Belgium before finally finding himself in the US where he finished high school in New York. After college, he would go on to attend Stony Brook University where he earned first a biochemistry degree before moving on to the M.D. program at Stony Brook School of Medicine. He went on to complete his postgraduate requirements in urology at Montefiore Medical Center. During this time he learned of a cutting-edge robotics fellowship in France at Henri Mondor Hospital he was able to be in France for a full year.
He has dedicated his career to the early detection of prostate cancer. Once detected Dr. David Samadi and his team move on to the treatment and prevention of the disease. His office at Lenox Hill Hospital is in the forefront of cutting-edge technology with robotics and treatments of prostate cancer. With such expertise, he was approached by Fox and offered a TV show. Dr. David Samadi accepted and the show was created. Sunday Housecall was a show that focused on offering medical advice to an audience. The show ran for five seasons from 2011-2016. He is frequently a guest host for Fox News. He is The Chairman of Urology and the Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital, named America’s Top Doctor by New York Magazine’s Best Doctor List. He has received numerous awards and recognition.
Dr. Samadi has a strong social media presence with over a half a million followers. He is the host of “Make America Healthy Again” show that airs Sundays at 12:30 p.m. Dr. David Samadi is considered a celebrity doctor who has performed surgeries in over forty-five countries. Dr. Samadi frequently weighs in on celebrity’s cases, he said Republican Mitt Romney’s prognosis is good after a successful treatment.Dr. David Samadi creates a new development for prostate removal named SMART surgery. SMART is an acronym for the Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Technique. It works in an effort to decrease to decrease nerve damage when removing the prostate. With the success of this surgery, Dr. Samadi’s patients have a 90% cancer free success rate. Which is particularly unheard of.