Cairo University School of Medicine and he practiced medicine for 47 years before retiring. He was born in the 1940s just a few years before the State of Israel was founded. As his family lived in the area Israel claimed they were forced out of their homes with nothing but the clothes on their backs. They were sent to live on the West Bank. When this occurred is father had been out of town on business and so it was just his mother and their children that were there initially. After trying for many hours to find out where his family was when he got back his father eventually found them after making a large payment to get across the river to a person who owned a boat. Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/drsaadsaad12
Dr. SaadSaad says that his family moved to Kuwait as oil was being discovered there and his father was a petroleum mechanic. While he had a brother who worked outdoors as an engineer he says that wasn’t the life for him because of the brutal heat and suffering a heat stroke. He decided then and there he would find work indoors where it is air-conditioned. He decided on being a pediatric surgeon who always work in air-conditioned facilities.
One thing that Dr. SaadSaad says is very important is to be proactive. He says people should never put things off and instead accomplish them that day. This attitude led to his success as a surgeon and taught him to be highly efficient. He practiced in both Kuwait and Saudia Arabia but spent the majority of his career in the United States. He is very innovative and some of his time in America was spent making surgery less painful for children. He says one form of surgery required two incisions to be cut but he figured out how to successfully perform this surgery making only one cut. This also drastically reduces complications that can result from incisions being made.
During his career he specialized in both general surgery and general surgery. He was Board Certified in Pediatric Surgery which indicates to patients that he his very qualified in this form of surgery. He is one of the few pediatric surgeons in the United States that can speak fluent Arabic and English.
Along with his wife, Dr. SaadSaad lives in Eatontown, New Jersey. He says they have four children who all have been successful in their careers. He performed surgeries in a number of hospitals in that region. This includes Jersey Shore University Medical Center, the Long Branch Campus of Monmouth Medical Center, and Clara Maass Medical Center.