Dr. Saad Saad a surgeon in Eaton New Jersey first received his medical degree from Cairo University School of Medicine and has since practiced medicine for over 20 years. Born in Palestine he was only one of his parents eight children. Among his siblings, there have been three surgeons, two PhDs and two masters of engineering. Dr. Saad Saad first emigrated to the united states over 40 years ago where he did his surgical residency in the pediatric ward of a US hospital. Over his career, Dr. Saad Saad has developed numerous pediatric procedures and has even patented two inventions in pediatric medicine. He is now retired but over the course of his life, he voluntarily performed eight mission surgeries to children in need in Jerusalem.
When looking back over his life Dr. Saad Saad realized that he first wanted to go into the medical field when he experienced the heat of Egyptian summers which instilled in him the desire for a career where he could work from in an air-conditioned environment.
Over his career, Dr. Saad Saad has received mentorship from numerous colleagues but one, in particular, stood out to him. Dr. H Biemann Othersen who taught DR. Saad Saad the importance of kindness, honesty and hard work when working with children. This was important to maintain no matter the history, ethnicity or race of the child.
Currently, the most exciting trend in medical science is the continuous discover of their influence of genetics on our ability to treat chronic illnesses.
Dr. Saad Saad believes that research is the lifeblood of innovation and is necessary for results to happen.
Being an organized individual is far more important than most people recognize. When a person is more organized they are more efficient and less likely to put off things that need to be done.
Dr. Saad Saad has a strong belief that only God is the one who knows what our fate is and that for young people it is not impossible to reach your goals as long as you insist on achieving them.
Dr. Saad Saad believes that an environment free from distractions both mental and physical is of incredible importance when it comes to performing top-notch surgeries.
Having come from a poor family Dr. Saad Saad felt it was his duty to excel in medical school and he was able to graduate with honors from his program.
He strongly believes that if a poor foreigner can become successful in this country that with enough drive and support anyone who has a strong desire for success can be in the United States of America.
Finally, Dr. Saad Saad would like everyone to take a few moments and read one of the books written by the late president Abraham Lincoln. It is in Dr. Saad Saad’s belief that this work showcases that we are all equal in the eyes of God. Learn more: http://blogwebpedia.com/life-lessons-dr-saad-saad-pediatric-surgeon.html#.Wpbw3YJMFTY