Recently featured in the PR Newswire, Dr. David Samadi opens up about the upcoming Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Dr. Samadi is currently the Chief of Robotic Surgery and Chairman of Urology at Lenox Hill Hospital, New York. The topic at hand would be addressed by him and Dr. Cynara Coomer, a distinguished name in the campaign. Dr. Cynara doubles up as Northwell Health Stated Island University Hospital’s Director of the Comprehensive Breast Center and is also the Chief of Breast Surgery.
Privileged to be on board during the weekly edition of Dr. Samadi’s Sunday Housecall Livestream on Fox News, Dr. Cynara is enthusiastic about giving an overview of exactly what the upcoming event would be about. She has been a major catalyst in ensuring that Staten Island has its own Comprehensive Breast Cancer center thanks to her untiring dedication to the sector. Over time, she stills stand as a pioneering expert in breast health. Prior to her service at Northwell Heath Staten Island University Hospital, Dr. Cynara worked at Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York as a Breast Surgeon. She finessed her clinical practice and is devoted to counter not only benign but also malignant breast infections.
She shows her willingness to discuss what she terms as the most sensitive aspects in the health sector whilst showing the gratitude of being a part of Dr. Samadi’s initiative. Both doctors are committed to ensuring that at least every American is aware of the seriousness of such medical conditions.
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About Dr. David Samadi
David Samadi was born in the Persian Jewish community where he spent 15 years of his childhood but later relocated to Belgium and London for education purposes. Later on, David and his younger brother moved to New York which has played a major role in shaping his life. Samadi has been part of several distinguished Institutions where he acquired skills necessary for his career path. He holds a biochemistry degree from Stony Brook University, an M.D from S.U.N.Y and later on pursued postgraduate training at Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
David kick-started his career at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital before moving to Mt. Sinai School of Medicine where he earned the position of Vice Chair in the Urology sector. By 2012, he was recognized as New York’s highest pain doctor with up to a salary of $7.6 million. From there, he moved to Lenox Hill Hospital will where he is up to date. He has global command as a certified urologic oncologist with training in both open traditional and laparoscopic surgery. His main goal in his practice is early detection and treatment of cancer, majorly prostate. He is undeniably the most prominent in his field.