Don’t Miss the Sunday, Oct. 15 Dr. CynaraCoomer’s Interview on Dr. David Samadi’s Show

According to the recent article on the, on Sunday, Oct. 15, Dr. David Samadi, Urology Chairman and Robotic Surgery Chief at the Lenox Hill Hospital in NYC, is going to sit down together with Dr. CynaraCoomer. Dr. Coomer is the Comprehensive Breast Center director and Breast Surgery chief at the Northwell Health (SIUH) Staten Island University. They will sit down for an interview on the weekly Sunday Housecall LIVESTREAM hosted by Dr. Samadi.

Dr. David Samadi explained saying that Oct. is the Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM), and he thought it would be a great idea to interview Dr. Coomer, who is one of the main catalysts in the establishment of the first-ever Staten Island Comprehensive Breast Center. She is one of Dr. Samadi’s most respected former colleagues from the Lenox Hill Hospital, and one of the foremost specialists in breast health.

Before working at the at the Northwell Health SIUH, Coomer used to work at the NYC-based Mount Sinai Medical Cente as a Breast Surgeon, where she developed a successful clinical practice dedicated to the treatments of benign as well as malignant breast diseases. Coomer added that she was thrilled to join and be reunited with Samadi on the Sunday Housecall show to discuss topics in medicine that are hot. She’s glad to be a part of Samadi’s mission of educating the American people regarding important medical conditions like breast and prostate health.

The Sunday Housecall show broadcasts on Sundays at 12:30 pm and people can watch it on live.

About Dr. David Samadi

Dr. David Samadi is known to be a celebrity doctor. He’s a urologist who is board-certified, and he specializes in the diagnosis as well as treatment of kidney cancer, prostate cancer, bladder cancer, and urologic diseases. He deals with prostate cancer advanced minimally invasive treatments, including laparoscopic robotic radical prostatectomy and laparoscopic radical prostatectomy.

Dr. David Samadi first practiced at the Columbia Presbyterian Hospital. In 2007, he joined the faculty of School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, where he became the Department of Urology Vice Chair, as well as the Robotics Chief and also Minimally Invasive Surgery.

Dr. David Samadi was New York City’s highest-paid doctor, earning 7.6 million dollars in 2012. In 2013, he moved his whole team to the Lenox Hill Hospital, where he became the Chief of Robotic Surgery and the Chair of Urology and was appointed Urology Professor at the School of Medicine at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ.

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