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Amer Samdani, MD | Doylestown Health

Amer Samdani, MD

Doylestown Health Physicians

Doylestown Health Physicians is a network of practices led by physicians employed by the Doylestown Health system.

Clinical Services



American Board of Neurological Surgery, Neurological Surgery, Neurological Surgery – General


Shriners Hospitals for Children — Philadelphia


Medical School: Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, MD

Residency: The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD

Fellowship: Howard Hughes Research Fellow, Baltimore, MD; Cornell University Medical College, New York, NY





Awards and Accolades

  • 2013-2021, Top Doctors, Philadelphia Magazine; 

  • 2017, Alumni Achievement Award, John Hopkins Department of Neurosurgery; 

  • 2015-2016, Best Doctors in America; 

  • 2013-2016, Top Doctor, Neurological Surgery, Castle Connolly; 

  • 2013, Top Doctor, US News and World Report

More About The Clinician

After completing his fellowship, Amer Samdani, M.D., joined the staff at Shriners Children's Philadelphia in 2005. He specializes in the care of children with spine issues and is passionate about finding innovative ways to improve care. Fusionless strategies to treat children, such as vertebral body tethering, have been a major focus of his clinical work. He believes working at Shriners Children's is the ideal place to practice medicine as one gets to work with the best colleagues and patients without being hindered by a patient's ability to pay. Dr. Samdani says that the unique mission of Shriners Children's provides him a lot of job satisfaction and fulfillment.
Outside of clinical practice, Dr. Samdani is very active in research and education. He sits on the executive committee of the Harms Study Group and is a board member of the Pediatric Spine Study Group. He has published over 250 peer-reviewed articles and given over 100 invited lectures/Grand Rounds presentations.