Dr. David B Samadi: Master of Urology

Genitourinary surgery deals with medical diseases and surgical procedures of the male and female urinary tract system and reproductive system. This is a very sensitive part of the body. The reproductive and urinary tracts are closely related, and problems with one can easily affect the other.

Anyone having a urological problem needs to see the best available doctor because an error can have dire consequences, especially when dealing with the reproductive organs. There is no one better in this field than one Dr. David B. Samadi. He has established himself as one the best urologists in America. This is his story.

Early life

David B. Samadi was born in Iran in 1964. A hostile political situation forced him to flee the country when he was just 15 years old. He made it to Belgium and eventually got to the United States via England. He studied at various high schools in Belgium, England, and the US. He graduated from Stony Brook University with a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry.

His determination and academic potential were evident early on, and his professors at the University saw this and rewarded him with a full scholarship. The scholarship allowed him to study medicine where he graduated among the top students in his class.

To fulfill his long life dream of becoming a medical doctor, he trained at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and the Montefiore Medical Center, where he distinguished himself as a talented urologist.

Success and celebrity status

Samadi quickly established himself as one of the most trusted doctors specializing in the treatment of bladder, kidney, and prostate cancer. Dr. David Samadi’s innovative nature and his empathy with his patients have set him apart from his peers. He is known for his focus on the quality of service he delivers rather than the number of patients he treats.

David’s success in the operating room has seen him become a celebrity doctor. He hosts a TV program at Fox News called house call. He was recently consulted to help explain the prostate prognosis of the former Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney.

Samadi cited the Romney case to explain that prostate cancer is more prevalent in older men. He further went on to explain that given a choice between surgery and radiation as options for cancer treatment, you should always go for surgery.


David B. Samadi is a classic story of rags to riches. The exceptional grit he demonstrated to overcome a difficult situation and develop into a top urologist should be an inspiration to all of us.