Dr. Saad Saad is a graduate of the University of Cairo. Dr. Saad received his medical degree from Cairo University’s School of Medicine. Dr. Saad has worked as both a pediatric and generalized surgeon in the state of New Jersey.
His extensive career in the medical sector has enabled him to create numerous affiliations with several medical institutions. His drive and passion have proved beneficial to numerous medical care seekers as the doctor goes above and beyond to provide invaluable healthcare services.
Institutions that relied on Dr. Saad’s expertise include Jersey Shore University Medical Center and Monmouth Medical Center, situated at Long Branch Campus. The path Dr. Saad Saad took to become a successful professional in the healthcare fraternity is unusual when compared to peers in the same field.
While growing up in the middle east, Dr. Saad never harbored thoughts of being surgeon. The doctor often openly talks about his childhood fantasies of being an engineer. Upon realizing that engineering would require him to dedicate long hours in the heat, Dr. Saad opted to settle for a profession that would offer air conditioning while allowing him to work at his pace.
Currently, Dr. Saad is approaching an end to his career in the medical field. Many professionals in his position tend to harbor thought s of doing things differently, but this is not the case with Dr. Saad.
Having dedicated his career to offering the best he could at all times, the only feeling the doctor projects is of reminiscence as he will miss doing what he loves doing, and what he does best.
The doctor is however happy with his current position as co-medical director and the surgeon in chief at Hackensack Meridian Health Care System since this position allows him to apply his trade in the health care industry. Read more: Life Lessons from Dr. Saad Saad, Pediatric Surgeon
When the Saudi Royal family needed a pediatric surgeon, some of the qualifications they wanted was a medical practitioner rich in experience, a person who could fluently speak both Arabic and English, and a health care personnel board certified in the United States.
Since these conditions had to be met, the only option the Saudi Royal family had was outsourcing the services of Dr. Saad; this made him feel like royalty upon arrival to his duty as the royal family’s pediatrician.
Dr. Saad Saad is now devoting his time to providing insights gained throughout his career to medical budding medical practitioners. Besides, he has become a big advocate for medical research, something he says is increasingly becoming valuable in improving the quality of healthcare services.
His recent interviews contain a lot of gems that can be applied by medical practitioners in active duty.