Dr. David Samadi, a long-time contributor to Fox News and a Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital, is starting a live podcast in September.
The live podcast will be called “Sunday Housecall with Dr. David Samadi” d the purpose of the show is to keep people up-to-date on what is happening the the medical field. He will have guests that give their take on the goings-on in the fields of medicine. Viewers will be able to call-in to talk to Dr. Samadi and his guests during the live podcast.
People will be able to watch this podcast live on Facebook, Youtube, DrSamadiTV.com and Twitter on Sundays at 12:30 pm, Americans Eastern Standard Time.
Dr. Samadi was host of a show called Sunday Housecall for last five years at Fox News Channel.
Since March of 2015, he has hosted a radio program on 970 am in New York City. He also has a blog called World Health News.
He certainly does have the background to host a show on medicine.
He is a urologist that has been board-certified. He has focused on treating and diagnosing urologic diseases such as kidney cancer, prostate cancer and bladder cancer. He knows advanced minimal surgical invasive treatments that include radical prostatectomy, laproscopic and robotic radical prostatectomy.
He has published many papers. These are some of them:
-“Mohs surgery of the prostate: the utility of in situ frozen section analysis during robotic prostatectomy”
-“Continuing Robotically? The Completion of a Robot-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy After Laparotomy”
-“Endorectal magnetic resonance imaging has limited clinical ability to preoperatively predict pT3 prostate cancer”
-“High body mass index does not affect outcomes following robotic assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy”
-“Unnecessary Imaging for the Staging of Low-Risk Prostate Cancer Is Common”
The American Urological Association and the American Medical Association can count him as a member.
He has practiced medicine at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, Sinai faculty of medication, Lenox Hill Hospital and Hofstra North Show-LIJ faculty of medication.
In 2012, he earned $7.6 million which made him the best paid doctor in the City of New York.
Dr, Samadi positively has the background to be a host of a show concerning medicine.