Dr. Saad is a board-certified pediatric surgeon who loves his work with passion. He is a fluent speaker of two languages: Arabic and English. Dr. Saad was born and raised in different places. He was born in Palestine whereas he was raised in Kuwait. He graduated from Cairo University in Egypt 47 years ago with a medical degree. Upon graduation, he joined for an internship in England after which he immigrated to the United States. Dr. Saad has a residency in surgery and pediatric surgery as well as a certification from the board as a pediatric surgeon. Being a board-certified practitioner is not a walk in the park in the United States. It takes ten years of thorough training, rigorous exams, and regular surgical practices. He has passed through all this and stood the test of time.
Dr. Saad has worked in various hospitals in different capacities, and this has contributed towards the respect he earns from the people. He has gladly worked at King Faisal Specialist Hospital in Riyadh. While serving here, the chief and protocol office used to call him for the performance of some complex surgeries. Dr. Saad is praised for successfully performing a surgery on a child who was admitted with an aneurysm. He saved the baby and stood out for the medical industry in bringing new procedures and best ways of performing things. This earned him a lot of respect from the hospital personnel. Dr. Saad is among the top excellent doctors to perform surgery. Another incidence rose up when he performed surgery on the son to the assistant chief of the King Faisal Hospital. Initially, the condition was very tough and complex, but Dr. Saad was able to save the son instead of flying him to another country for medical attention.
Importantly, Dr. Saad is committed to serving patients across all the economic levels. He willingly helps both the poor and rich with similar measures. In as much as the hospital aims at attending to the royal family in famous Saudi Arabia, it also extends the service to the poor irrespective of the level of their medical issue. Dr. Saad is familiar with poverty having been brought up in a humble family, which caused him to do his best in the medical school. He, therefore, can never write off such people because he understands their level very well. Dr. Saad insists on one of the sayings that his mentor instilled in him to always view people the same and making him believe that people are equal and they qualify for equal opportunities. As a result, this great surgeon learned the virtues of being kind, hardworking, and honest alongside treating the children on the same scales irrespective of their color, mental and physical abilities, religion, or even financial status. Learn more: http://www.jerseyshoreuniversitymedicalcenter.com/jsumc/newseventsandclasses/pressreleases/Press-Release.cfm?customel_dataPageID_2021=495087