Dr. Saad is a doctor who made a name for himself on the international stage. His 40 year career dates back to 1964, when he first flew to from Egypt to Lebanon to take a major medical exam. He eventually immigrated to the United States, where he worked for many years in the New Jersey area. He was always interested in helping people to the best of his ability. An article on the website Philly Purge, discuses what Dr. Saad was doing at the height of his career. It all began in the 1980s, his accomplishments had opened a unique opportunity for him. Dr. Saad and his family were invited to move back to the middle east so he could be the doctor for the Saudi Royal family.
His ability as someone who spoke English and Arabic, in addition to being a board-certified pediatric surgeon, was the reason he was offered this job. After arriving in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia he learned more about the job and become increasingly impressed by the services provided. In 1985 he accepted the job, and stayed for nearly 5 years. His new job lead to many adventures and overcoming unusual problems. He was given a chance to meet people from all over the globe. While also doing lectures and sharing his knowledge with a variety of people in the area.
The years of experience Dr. Saad had were not wasted in the slightest during his job in Saudi Arabia. He helped the young, the poor, and the rich with no discrimination. All patients are the same in his eyes. He recalled an incident where a baby had an aneurysm. During his spare time, Dr. Saad created the Surgical Residency Program in order to rise the next generation of doctors. His stay was much longer than expected, but the impact it left on the community and his family was completely worth the experience. Learn more: http://www.phillypurge.com/2018/04/16/dr-saad-saad-the-legacy-of-an-east-coast-pediatric-surgeon/
The article concludes with some noteworthy accomplishments Dr. Saad made during his career. He is credited with creating a new Catheter and a new Endoscope. Both of these solve common problems in the medical process. He believes that people will simply make what they need . Dr. Saad is currently living a peaceful retirement in Red Bank, NJ. His impact on the medical field both abroad and at home will last for many decades to come.