Dr. David Samadi attended the Stony Brook University of Medicine where he graduated with a degree in biochemistry. He also graduated with an M.D degree in the same institution during the early months of 1994. Dr. Samadi is a certified urologist doctor. He is a specialist in dealing with prostate cancer, kidney cancer, and bladder cancer. In addition, the doctor is specialized in dealing with different urologic diseases. Dr. David Samadi has treated and diagnosed thousands of invasive prostate cancers including laparoscopic robotic radical prostatectomy and laparoscopic radical prostatectomy. Dr. Samadi has worked in different countries in the world and he is the founding member of the Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil fellowship that performs robotic radical prostatectomy in France.
Dr. Samadi was the deputy chairperson of the Department of Urology at the University of Mt. Sinai School of Medicine and Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in 2007. He served as professor of Urology at University of Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine. Dr. David Samadi is currently working with Lenox Hill Hospital. He is a member of several associations in American. He is also involved in research concerning alternative new medical technologies, medicines, heart disease and health problems in men. These were some responses to questions from his interview:
What are the current medical techniques you are developing?
Presently I have invented Samadi Modified Advanced Robotic Technique (SMART) or surgery. This new SMART technique will help the surgeons to eliminate prostate cancer and can improve it to a greater degree.
What is one of your best ideas you are willing to give to your readers?
It is a great idea to invest in the fieldof robotics technologies. Multiple audiences can benefit from these types of changes because of the increased interest in telemedicine and telesurgery which helps doctors to treat patients and conduct surgeries remotely.
What is the secret behind the success of your business?
I like developing consistently positive relationship with my patients on an ongoing basis. My patients can contact me at any time for help when it comes to treatment and diagnosis. I’m always there for them and want to be available in case of questions or concerns. I provide quality care for my patients and I don’t compromise when performing any robotic surgery.
When did you experience failure your field of practice and how did you overcome?
At the beginning of my career, I felt that I was serving few patients at the first institution I was employed.