Prior to his much deserved retirement from the workforce, Dr. Saad Saad was the co-director and surgeon-in-chief of K Hovnanian Children Hospital. In his 47-year career as a U. S. Board Certified Pediatric Surgeon, Dr. Saad Saad has distinguished himself from the rest of the field of pediatric surgeons.
For example, he had been the personal pediatric surgeon to the children of the Saudi royal family in the 1980’s. During his time in Saudi Arabia, Dr. Saad Saad’s medical advice as to whether to fly in a patient was given much heed as well as other medical advice concerning pediatric surgery in general.
Dr. Saad Saad was born in Palestine in the late 1940’s but early in his childhood his entire family, as was legions of other Palestinian families, was forced into an exodus from Palestine when the country of Israel was created.
Dr. Saad Saad and his family found a new home in Kuwait as second-class residents, prompting his father to tell him to pursue a high level of education so that he would be given respect in Kuwait. Learn more about Dr. Saad Saad: https://www.ratemds.com/doctor-ratings/175114/Dr-Saad+A.-Saad-EATONTOWN-NJ.html and https://ideamensch.com/saad-saad/
In high school, Dr. Saad Saad became firmly fixed on becoming a pediatric surgeon in part because a heatstroke dissuaded him from seeking a career in outdoor labor and in part because the emergency room was the only place known to him at the time that had air conditioning. Dr. Saad Saad traveled to Egypt to study medicine at Cairo University, ultimately graduated from the university with honors and ranking second out of his entire class.
Thereafter, an internship was completed in the U. K. and then Dr. Saad Saad immigrated to the United States to complete a residency program in pediatric surgery. After that, Dr. Saad Saad became a United States Board Certified Pediatric Surgeon, followed by a tenure as the personal pediatric surgeon to the children of the Saudi royal family. Read more: When a Child Swallows a Foreign Object – Advice by Dr. Saad Saad and Life Lessons from Dr. Saad Saad, Pediatric Surgeon
Doctor Saad Saad’s achievement is not confined to that of a pediatric surgeon (though he accomplishment in this regard is enormous); he is also an inventor of an improved endoscope which is so well received by other doctors that it is currently being used by them throughout the world. This improved endoscope of Dr. Saad Saad made moot the problem of endoscopes becoming fogged-up by bodily fluids.
Further, Dr. Saad Saad has been a Godsent to children in that he has made pediatric surgery easier and safer for children; he developed a new procedure that made obsolete a previously required second incision. This new procedure has not only spared over two thousand children a second incision but also the possible complication that may arise from it while producing the identical result.