June 5, 2018 · Uncategorized

For a talented doctor like Dr. Saad, being the only board-certified pediatric surgeon who spoke both English and Arabic in the U.S. was a very in-demand skill to have during his 40 plus years as a physician. In addition to his language skills, Dr. Saad Saad was a U.S., board-certified doctor who was licensed to practice medicine in Iowa and New Jersey. For Dr. Saad Saad, becoming a doctor in the U.S. involved special training, constant surgical practice, and passing a rigorous exam as required by the medical board at specific time intervals.


Saad has worked at many different medical facilities and hospitals in New Jersey like the Monmouth Medical Center and University Medical Center. Dr. Saad Saad did a lot of his surgeries and general medical practice in Eatontown, New Jersey.


Because of Saad’s giving nature, he made a strong effort to perform many free surgeries on youth who needed advanced surgeries in Arab countries, the West Bank, and also in New Jersey. Many of these Arab children who were suffering profusely due to wounds from battles in the Middle East were severe cases of children who needed surgery done by Dr. Saad. There were hospitals in New Jersey that could facilitate Dr. Saad’s requests to perform such surgeries. Dr. Saad Saad had the advanced skills to do these complicated operations successfully, and he also went on eight missions to Jerusalem to help these Arab and ultimately save their lives. Saad also decided to partner with the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund (PCRF) after they approached him in 2002 to help Arab children. Since accepting PCRF’s request to help, Dr. Saad performed many pro bono surgeries because he wanted to apply his skills and knowledge to help others by teaching doctors his advanced methods for certain complicated wounds and other approaches.


As for Dr. Saad’s family background, Saad Saad was born in Palestine. Due to the founding of Israel, Saad was forced from his homeland to the West Bank due to political upheaval. Dr. Saad Saad relocated to Kuwait based on his father’s job, and the demand for skilled workers who were in high need in the 1950s because of the oil finds in certain area countries.


Dr. Saad Saad has been married for 40 plus years. Two of Saad Saad’s children are surgeons, one is a lawyer, and one is a nurse who works in intensive care units. During Dr. Saad Saad’s worked for a Saudi Royal for nearly five years during the 1980s, his young children were very young during the time that Dr. Saad resided in Saudi Arabia. Saad was aware that living in Saudi Arabia for almost five years would have an impact on his family. Learn more: http://medicaldailytimes.com/doctors/hard-to-swallow-advice-from-dr-saad-saad/3663/


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