Dr. Saad Saad is a retired award-winning pediatric surgeon of Palestinian Origin. He is currently based in NJ but has roots in Kuwait where he grew up and enrolled for a medical degree at Cairo University. He later graduated coming second in his class with first class honors. Learn more about Dr. Saad Saad: https://www.crunchbase.com/person/dr-saad-saad and https://www.ratemds.com/doctor-ratings/175114/Dr-Saad+A.-Saad-EATONTOWN-NJ.html
Doctor Saad Saad later secured an internship in the United Kingdom. When the internship was over, he relocated to the US where he made an application to become a pediatric surgeon by residence. The United States Health Board later certified him after undergoing a series of vigorous specialized training, exams and surgical procedures.
Dr. Saad Saad ability to communicate fluently in Arabic and English coupled with his certification by the USA Board saw him secure an opportunity as the royal doctor in Saudi Arabia. This saw him stay in Saudi Arabia for 4½ years together with his family. Read more: Life Lessons from Dr. Saad Saad, Pediatric Surgeon
This extraordinary individual with an exceptional set of skills was attached to King Faisal Hospital where he was to perform both minor and major surgeries. Dr. Saad Saad came in the limelight the moment he operated on a toddler with aneurysm disorder. This came as an inspiration to the Global Scientific Journal who desired to share this gospel with more health professionals.
The operation made Dr. Saad Saad a very prominent person during that time. This earned him respect by both his seniors and juniors as an individual of extraordinary capabilities. It reached a time where his opinion would serve as the final decision of any treatment condition.
After his loyal service to the king, Dr. Saad Saad relocated to the United States to enroll his children to school. Dr. Saad Saad continued with his career milestones conducting more complicated surgeries. Especially in his homeland; Palestine.
This began in 2002 when a non-profit organization advocating for children rights requested him for help. Palestine Children Relief Fund (PCRF) made this request following the situation that Arab Children in the Middle East were going through. A boy at the age of 15 had sustained a gunshot injury at West Bank.
Although his life had been saved, the boy required specialized treatment from an expert doctor who was by then, Dr. Saad Saad. This marked the beginning of Dr. Saad Saad and his medical mission in Palestine. He was able to perform eight successful complicated surgical procedures on children.
Before retiring as a pediatrician surgeon, Dr. Saad Saad was chosen to work as an assistant medical director in charge of fellow surgeons. Apart from the numerous surgical procedures he conducted, Dr. Saad Saad also played a vital role in developing a program for surgical residency. He also foresaw the development of an interconnected channel that would allow UK students gain surgery accreditation in South Arabia.