When it comes to David B. Samadi he is known for being the chairman of Urology, a celebrity doctor and also as being the Chief of Robotico Surgery for Lenox Hill Hospital. These, however, are far from being the only achievements that he has made during his career. He happens to also be a board-certified Urologist, which is trained in the treatments and diagnosis of prostate cancer, urologic diseases, and bladder cancer and also in kidney cancer.Samadi was happily born in Iran and then at 15 years old, he left Iran with his younger brother, not to long after the Iranian Revolution had happened. It was in London and Belgium that the two of them were able to continue their education. Shortly after being in Belgium and London, Samadi went on to Roslyn, New York, where he finally completed high school.
Right after finishing high school, Dr. David Samadi went on to achieve his degree in the field of biochemistry from Stony Brook University, where he had attended with having a full scholarship. It was then in 1994, that he went on to proudly achieve his M.D from Stony Brook School of Medicine. After all these achievements he still knew that his career was far from being over. The next goal that he wanted to achieve was his postgraduate training, which he happened to of completed at Montefiore Medicine Center. He also wanted to complete his postgraduate training in the field of proctology and went on to achieve it in 1996 at, none other than, the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and also in 2000 at the Montefiore Medical Center.
He knew that he had a long road ahead of him with his career choice of being a doctor but he knew that it was all going to be worth it in the end. When Dr. David Samadi first started working as a doctor, the first place he practiced at happened to be Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. After holding his position at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital for a while he decided that it was time that he advanced in his career and went on to work at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, where he happened to of became the Chief of Minimally Invasive and Robotic Surgery and also proudly held the position of Vice Chair for the Department of Urology. Both of these positions he was very proud of and also helped him learn a lot that he then turned around and was able to use in his career.