Most aired television shows and news programs distinctly divide the viewers into two in the long run. It is crucial therefore to feature reliable experts who deliver trustworthy information. Sunday Housecall with Dr. David Samadi is one such program that debuted live in September 2017 and airs weekly every Sunday at 12.30. It is also accessible on social media mainstreams like Facebook or YouTube as well as Dr. Samadi’s website.
Dr. David Samadi is a renowned medical expert who gained attention for his role as a news commentator on Fox News. He is known for his medical expertise and relatable character. He is well suited to host Sunday House call TV program that diabolically discusses warring major health issues. Dr. Samadi is a board certified urological oncologist who specializes in early diagnosis and treatment of proctological and urological cancer. He has an established practice and is vitally endowed with skills and knowledge on Robotic surgery that is safer and minimally invasive to patients.
The show is aimed at achieving overall wellbeing for its viewers. It is centered on vital topics that are derived from dynamic health subjects. Dr. Samadi sources for well vetted experts who offer smart discussions on the topics. They are adequately equipped to provide unique, concise and rounded perspectives pertaining raised health issues. The show incorporates viewer insights by receiving questions that are addressed on the program, and http://www.davidsamadibio.com/.
Dr. David Samadi has attained admirable academic and professional skills in urology and robotics in his career. After leaving Iran, he completed his high school education in the U.S before acquiring a full sponsorship to Stony Brook University. He graduated with a degree in Biochemistry from Stony Brook and MD from S.U.N.Y, Sony Brook School of Medicine. He has a postgraduate degree in urology and proctology from Montefiore Medical Centre and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He has successfully attended oncology fellowship in Hemorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. His determination drove him to perfect his skills on robotics at Henri Mandir Hospital Creteil in France.
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David Samadi’s reputation has earned him worldwide respect and admiration. He has worked with prestigious hospitals that have intensified his skills. He is currently the head of urology department and is in charge of robotic surgeries at Lenox Hill Hospital. He is sought by patients who trust in his work and advice as they are assured of quality care. His premiered TV show is set to drive his agenda of providing enriched health information to viewers. The program has continuously proved to be beneficial as can be seen in constant growth in number of followers, and learn more about David Samadi.
The Devos family has for decades engaged in political, entrepreneurial, and philanthropic activities. In a recent interview, Betsy Devos who is the current secretary of Education in the States and Husband to Dick Devos shared her involvement in charity. When asked about the progress of school choice and the role of government in the program, Betsy said that there are over 250,000 students in private-choice schools in 17 states that are publicly funded. Within a year, the student in educational-choice programs had grown by 40,000. Many U.S states have embraced the program further progressing it. As a result, the program is expanding at an exponential rate. Seeing the enthusiasm in which parents worked to ensure that their children attended safe and top schools, Dick and Betsy Devos felt compelled to help the parents and children achieve their dreams. Betsy involvement in the school choice movement began in the early 1990s. Besides fighting for school choice program, Betsy also focuses on tearing the mindset of assigning students to a school based on their home state or zip code.
Most of the entrepreneurial part of the Devos family lies with Dick Devos. Dick spent most of his career in business serving at executive positions. He has played managerial roles in Amway, the Windquest Group as the president, and at the basketball team Orlando Magic. According to dickdevos.com, Dick held the position of president at Amway for a decade. At the organization, he was responsible for managing the company’s operations in over 50 countries across the globe. Before Dick became the president of Amway, he served as the V.P and helped Amway expand. As a result, the enterprise tripled its international sales to beat the domestic market for the first time. In 1991, Dick and family acquired Orland Magic. He would become the CEO of the team for three years.
Besides his entrepreneurial inclination, Dick Devos takes part in philanthropy. He is also a leader in several community initiatives. Together with his wife Betsy Devos, they formed Dick and Devos Family Foundation with the aim of helping in matters related to health, education, arts, and politics. Additionally, he founded the Education Freedom Fund that has sponsored over 4,000 underprivileged children. Through the West Michigan Aviation Academy, Dick reaches out to bright children who have interests in aviation. In the medical sector, Dick Devos has either chaired or co-chaired several development agendas including the revitalization of the $75 million downtown area, a $212 million heart hospital, a medical school, and downtown market. Additionally, Dick is an Author.
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Mike Baur is the executive chairman of one of the best startups company in Switzerland known as Swiss Startup Factory. He is also the co-founder of the firm which he formed alongside his two other friends; Oliver and Max. Swiss Startup Factory was started in 2014 after the Mike Baur left the banking sector after serving for more than two decades.
Mike Baur had joined the banking sector at a very young age of 16 years. His first job was as an apprentice at the Union Bank of Switzerland. To qualify as a banker, Mike Baur had a strong educational background, having studied business-oriented courses at the Bern University and the Rochester University. Mike Baur is a holder of masters in business administration and executive masters in business administration from the two universities respectively.
After completing his internship program at the UBS, he was offered a job by the bank manager after he proved to have remarkable skills in execution of banking duties. He proved to be very knowledgeable e in the field of finance. His prowess in financial management saw him earn a promotion to the role of financial advisor with the bank. As a financial and investment advisor with the bank, Mike Baur had the opportunity of advising the wealthiest individuals in the country at the time. Mike Baur worked for the UBS until 2008.
After leaving the Union Bank of Switzerland, Mike Baur joined a rival private bank known as Clariden Leu. At this bank, he was appointed a senior branch manager at the bank’s headquarters in Zurich. Mike Baur had gained a lot much experience from the banking sector having worked for close to two decades by then. At Clariden Leu, his term did not last long as six years later he quit the banking industry altogether.
In 2014, Mike Baur and others started the largest privately owned startup factory in the country. Swiss Startup was born so that it could help digital entrepreneurs to sustain their business ideas by mentoring them and making them run businesses on their own. The Swiss Startup Factory runs an accelerator program which is meant to mentor startup entrepreneurs on how to grow and manage a business within three months.
Through the startup program. Mike Baur, is able to mentor, coach and offer new entrepreneurs financial support to create their businesses. The accelerator program also offers them floor space to conduct their operations. In the course of the program, they also get a chance to interact with experts in the various field of business who offer them advice and insight on how they can turn their ideas into fully grown companies.