Dr. Saad Saad’s Career Life

Dr. Saad Saad was honored to receive an appointment to become the personal pediatric surgeon in charge of the Saudi Royal. Dr. Saad was given the opportunity since he was the only surgeon in the whole country who was found to be fluently speaking English and Arabic. He was also the only board accredited Pediatric with the best qualifications for the job.

 

Dr. Saad was joined by his family to spend over four and half years in the Saudi city of Riyadh. The entire period that Dr. Saad and his family stayed in the city was a great adventure. They all liked the stay.

 

Dr. Saad did not just win the opportunity. He had all the required qualifications for the position. His education and training were the key factors. His upbringing from childhood to being a senior pediatric also offered him some added advantage. Saad boasts extensive experience and expertise in the field of health, particularly in the surgery department.

 

Being a native of Palestine, Dr. Saad Saad grew up in Kuwait in a family of eight siblings. The eight became successful people in the society have received training in various sectors. Three of the siblings, he included, are surgeons, one became a teacher, and two attained Ph.Ds. and two Masters Degrees in Engineering. The family is genuinely built by significant people in the community.

 

Dr. Saad received his medical degree from Cairo University, Egypt about 47 years ago. He graduated with honors where he was at the second position in his class. Two years after graduating from the university, Dr. Saad immigrated to the United States after completing an internship offer in England. Saad then completed his residency in the department of surgery specializing in pediatric surgery. He later became a fully board-certified pediatric surgeon.

 

It must be noted that attaining board certification in the United States is not an easy task. One requires to have achieved special surgical training from a recognized institution, lead continuous practice in Surgery, and ensure that they pass a rough examination after every decade.

 

While at the Saudi City of Riyadh, Dr. Saad offered his expertise at the King Faisal Specialist Hospital. He was called to work with the hospital by the Chief of the Hospital where he was tasked with the duty to perform one of the complex operations.

 

He also led the surgery operation of the youngest patient to have ever been admitted to that hospital with an aneurysm. Dr. Saad saved the patient. His excellent work lured an international scientific journal to feature the details of the surgery with the aim of educating other people. From then, Dr. Saad won respect among the hospital, management team and all his decision were taken seriously since then. Learn more: http://medicaldailytimes.com/doctors/hard-to-swallow-advice-from-dr-saad-saad/3663/