As an integral part of the Urology, and Robotic Surgery specialty fields at New York City’s Lennox Hospital, Dr. David Samadi has a delightful surprise for the fans of Sunday Housecall. He will be hosting the board-certified dermatologist Dr. Doris Day.
Dr. Day, who specializes in surgical, cosmetic, and laser dermatology. The interview is taking place on the weekly airing of Sunday Housecall by Dr. Samadi, livestream.
Dr. Doris Day is sought after as a media personality, and highly-respected in her field of cosmetic dermatology. The topics she will be covering are currently hot, and include the cons, and pros of Botox wrinkle prevention, skin rejuvenation, and the truths, and myths regarding skin lotions. According to Dr. David Samadi, he has worked with Dr. Day for several years at Lennox Hill Hospital. He stated working with her has been a pleasure, and he has immense respect for her expertise, and experience in her field. Dr. David Samadi said since the larges organ in the body is the skin, viewers will be equipped with knowledge, and information By Dr. Day to help them ultimately feel, and look their very best.
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Dr. Day has an affiliation with New York City’s Lennox Hill Hospital, and additionally serves the Langone Medical Center in New York City as a clinical associate professor in the field of dermatology. Her teaching of dermatology earned her the Dedication and Excellence award. She has written three books, and shared her expertise with Vogue, The View, Good Morning America, Glamour, CNN, Instyle, 20/20, and Dr. Oz. Dr. David Samadi is thrilled Dr. Day will be making an appearance, and believes he will learn a few things himself. On Sunday’s at 12:30 p.m. ET, Sunday Housecall is available for viewers at drsamaditv.com.
The first appearance Dr. David Samadi made was as a guest of the morning Fox & Friends television show in August of 2013 on Fox News. He discussed if women should be paying more for their health insurance than men. The topic referenced the estimation of the additional $1 billion for health insurance women paid in comparison to men. This practice was banned by the Obamacare Affordable Care Act of 2010. Dr. David Samadi felt anyone paying for health care should negotiate, locate the best physician, and receive the best possible pricing available to save money. Dr. David Samadi is an expert in his fields, and has earned the respect of the medical community.
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