Meet Dr. Samadi
Chief of Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgery at Mount Sinai
David B. Samadi, MD is the Vice Chairman, Department of Urology and Chief of Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgery at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City.
As a board-certified urologist and an oncologist specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of urologic diseases, kidney cancer, bladder cancer, and prostate cancer, he also specializes in many advanced minimally invasive treatments for prostate cancer, including laparoscopic radical prostatectomy and laparoscopic robotic radical prostatectomy.
Over 4,500 Prostate Surgeries Performed to Date
Dr. Samadi is one of the very few urologic surgeons in the United States trained in oncology, open, laparoscopic, and robotic surgery. He is also the first surgeon in the United States to successfully perform a robotic surgery redo
. To date, Dr. Samadi has performed over 4,500
prostate surgeries. This is more than any other prostate cancer surgeon in all of New York.
Dr. Samadi completed his postgraduate training in general surgery at Montefiore Medical Center and in urology at Albert Einstein School of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center. He completed an oncology fellowship in urology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and a robotic radical prostatectomy fellowship at Henri Mondor Hospital Creteil in France under the mentorship of Professor Claud Abbou. Samadi is fellowship trained in laparoscopy and robotic prostatectomy surgery and is an internationally recognized expert in both fields.
Dr. Samadi frequently presents his clinical research at medical conferences as a subject matter expert nationally and internationally. Over the past decade, Samadi has been actively involved in training and proctoring urologists across the country and internationally. His website, Robotic Oncology, has been translated into six different languages and is one of the most popular urology sites on the Internet.
Dr. Samadi is a member of the American Urologic Association and the American Medical Association. He is also the Founder and Director of Mount Sinai’s Robotic Fellowship Program. Samadi is included in Castle Connolly Medical’s America's Top Doctors. New York Magazine named Samadi to their Best Doctors List in 2009. Samadi is also a contributor on the panel of Fox News’ Medical A-Team
Dr. Samadi’s unique approach is a personalized
one. His is not a one-size-fits-all treatment. He tailors each program for the individual and personally takes care of them from day one. Every step of the way, he educates and supports his patients
. He consistently follows up with each and every one of them to check on their progress. His philosophy is not letting the patient decide on treatment alone; he guides them every step of the way.
David B. Samadi, M.D
Vice Chairman, Department of Urology
Chief of Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgery
The Mount Sinai Medical Center
International Callers Use: 1-212-241-8779
f: (212) 308-6107
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Spoedoperatie Jan des Bouvrie
New York - Jan des Bouvrie (68) heeft een spoedoperatie ondergaan vanwege prostaatkanker. De binnenhuisarchitect onderging de operatie tien dagen geleden in het Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. In mei 2003 werd bij zijn echtgenote al de ziekte van non-Hodgkin geconstateerd.
Resaltan beneficios de la Cirugía Robótica
El doctor David B. Samadi dictó una conferencia en la Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM), adonde acudió invitado por la casa de estudios, el Hospital Metropolitano de Santiago (Homs) y la Fundación García Almánzar.
Robotic Prostate Surgery
Wondering how robotic prostate surgery works? Since it is the latest, is it the best treatment for prostate cancer? Is it better than cryosurgery? I wanted an expert on robotic prostatectomy to give you the answers so I interviewed Dr. David B. Samadi, one of the very few urologic surgeons in the United States.
Especialista de Estados Unidos Recomienda Cirugía Robotica en Cancer de la Prostata
El cáncer de próstata
y otros problemas de salud se pueden resolver hoy en día con
menos riesgos y su recuperación puede ser más rápida.
Ésto, gracias a la cirugía robótica mínimamente
invasiva que realiza el doctor David B. Samadi.