Dr. Saad, his Education, Career Path and Activities
Apart from being a blessing to the Eatontown community in New Jersey, Dr. Saad has reached out to the children of the Palestinian region and Israel. In fact, he has been behind several medical missions in Jerusalem. He has been among a team of experts that perform free surgeries on needy children. Dr. Saad has two patents to his name and a host of pediatric surgical procedures that are used across the globe in major hospitals. In one of the recent interviews, Dr. Saad was asked what inspired him to join the medical profession. Dr. Saad Saad says that he attended school in Kuwait. He observes that although he wanted to become an engineer like his older brothers at first, he was turned away from such a prospect because he thought that owing to the extreme heat conditions his brothers were not exactly comfortable doing their job. So he figured out that if he studied medicine and specialized in surgery, he could work indoors in air-conditioned rooms. He says that owing to the heat in Kuwait, he wanted Surgery. Dr. Saad Saad went to Cairo University where he studied medicine. He was, notably, a gifted student. He was the second-best in his class at Cairo University where he graduated with Honors. Of course, Cairo University was and is still known for its rigorous study programs that few Universities can match.
Dr. Saad stands out prominently among his peers because he combines his medical skills and a flair for engineering to improve medical practice. He has developed several useful inventions and innovations that are already in use in operating theatres across the globe. As mentioned earlier, he also has his heart with needy children he recalls the struggles that he passed through to become a surgeon and says that he does not wish others to pass through the same. Owing to his activities to improve the lives of poor people by attending to their health problems, Dr. Saad has received several awards from agencies and governments across the globe. He was even been awarded by the Palestinian Ministry of Health for his contributions in the region. Learn more: http://www.jerseyshoreuniversitymedicalcenter.com/jsumc/newseventsandclasses/pressreleases/Press-Release.cfm?customel_dataPageID_2021=495087