They say information is power. This is very true but the source of information is also very crucial. In a world dominated by divisive politics sometimes it can be hard to find reliable information sources. Besides, almost everyone has access to the internet and they can relay information which is not accurate. But when it comes to serious information such as those that deal with healthcare, you definitely need an expert. That is probably why “Sunday Housecall with Dr. Samadi” show is the probably the best source of reliable information.
The “Sunday Housecall with Dr. David Samadi” program went live on Sempter 2017 and has been well received by a majority of people. The program is broadcasted every Sunday from 12.30 in the afternoon. It is a very interactive show where Dr. Samadi covers different topics related to technological advancements in the medical field and how they are affecting patients. Viewers also have a chance to call in or send emails to ask questions while the show is ongoing. In addition, the show is aired on different platforms including; YouTube, Facebook as well as Dr. David Samadi’s professional website.
— Dr. David Samadi (@drdavidsamadi) November 18, 2017
At this juncture, you might still be wondering who Dr. David Samadi really is and why all the fuss about him. Dr. David Samadi came into the limelight through Fox news where he used to be a guest commentator by virtue of being a celebrity doctor. He gained popularity on major Television and radio talk shows because of his vast experience and experience in the medical field. Besides that, Dr. David Samadi is an established doctor with a vibrant medical practice in New York. He currently works at the Lennox Hill hospital where he focuses on fighting cancer through robotic surgery, and David Samadi on Facebook.
Dr. David Samadi’s credentials speak for themselves. He went at Roselyn, New York for his high school and attended Stony Brook University where he got his biochemistry degree. He also attended Stony Brook School of medicine where he earned his M.D. He later went to Montefiore Medical Center and Einstein College of medicine where he finished his training in Urology and proctology respectively. He has also gone to France where he studied robotic surgery an area where he has a lot of passion with.
The “Sunday Housecall with Dr. Hamadi” is not a one-man show. He often invites guest speakers from different sectors of the healthcare system to address issues of concern. It is generally an interactive platform for medical discourse, and http://insider.foxnews.com/tag/dr-david-samadi.