SiriusXM celebrates 10 years of Doctor Radio

Doctor Radio
BERLIN, GERMANY - SEPTEMBER 05: A doctor checks a patient's blood pressure on September 5, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. Doctors in the country are demanding higher payments from health insurance companies (Krankenkassen). Over 20 doctors' associations are expected to hold a vote this week over possible strikes and temporary closings of their practices if assurances that a requested additional annual increase of 3.5 billion euros (4,390,475,550 USD) in payments are not provided. The Kassenaerztlichen Bundesvereinigung (KBV), the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians, unexpectedly broke off talks with the health insurance companies on Monday.

Here, the doctor is always in. For 10 years, millions of listeners around the world have tuned in to Doctor Radio for the latest health information and enlightening discussions on breakthroughs and discoveries in medicine and research. And they’ve covered it all. From face transplants to facelifts, from open-heart surgery to “broken heart syndrome,” no subject is off-limits.

On Feb. 27, SiriusXM will mark this momentous occasion with a special 10th anniversary celebration, bringing together the best and brightest from NYU Langone and SiriusXM Radio.

And it’s something worth celebrating, because very few SiriusXM stations “can attest that they have provided content that has changed – and literally saved — people’s lives. We feel that is something worth celebrating,” Scott Greenstein, president and chief content officer for SiriusXM Radio said.